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PUBLISHED BY 



THE ANNUAL STAFF OF 

PRINCESS ANNE HIGH SCHOOL 

VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 




EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Pat 



COPY EDITOR Dana PUlow 



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IPONSOR Mrs. Lurlene Trett 



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XI 





Table 

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Contents 




Theme 1 

Features 18 

Curriculum 28 

Organizations 56 

Sports 102 

Students 144 

Advertisements 238 




Pride In Our Accomplishments 

U^assina inrouan inese aoors, ine s/uoenh of J rincess Z/inne 
Seain anoi£er uear — a uear wnicn presenis oppoHuniiies Jor eX" 
pans ion of Anow/ec/oe — a uear wnicn forms spirii necessary io 
exce/in affencfeauors — a uear wnicn majfes possible ine J riae 
we nave in our iMccomp/isnmenis. 





S^ioina meaninq io scnooJworA inoofves much ii me ancfcon" 
ceniraiion. (u/uc/en/s seeA /o Qioe nfe io ine ioeas cunicn lie seem- 
ing ftj meaninqfess in iexioooAs. ^cnoof musicians aoo ui/a/i/u 
ancfcoJor io aciioiiieSy ancf ieacners nefp moiiuaie siuoenis io c/e- 
oe/op ineir iniiiaiioe ancf io acnieoe ineir niynesi poieniial 





^irioina for incfioicfua/ ooa/s^ eacn siuc/enl maintains a pace 
/owaroone oojeciiue^fu/jrinmenl — sociaffu^ inrou^n communiiu 
projecis^ spiriiuaffu^ from c/eoo/ions,- pnusica/ju in exira-curri" 
cuJar ach'uiiies- inie/jeciua/rtJ^ ou scnoof worA^ ano emoiionaJju^ 
inrouan irue-io-ufe siiuaiions. 



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seieci a career in mecnan" 
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cteueiopina inoioioaai sAi'iis 
in ar/ of music, o^ome 
s/ucfen/s will uncfouoiecf/u 
fino saiisfaciion in ine 
business worict^ an ct some 
in Ine cnailenoina role of 
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iPreparina for ine fuiure^ s/uoen/s ai J rincess C^nne per/ec/ 
iJieir sj^ilTs in uocah'onaf ojr/ice /raining ano prepare Jor a 
possible miliiartj career. 




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Dieceiuinq specific ins/ruc/ion 
from (7u a/ifieo airec/orSy ine s/aoen/s 
coniinue /o oeoe/op in/o maiure^ 
tjounq acfufis otJ learninq io accep/ 
ine responsioi/iitj of operaiinq an 
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ai/ions are prooioea wnicn aicf 
siuoenis in acquirinq ine cooroinaiion 
inai is necessary for a sAiilecf cfrioer. 




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UKovina ioward specific ooa/s^ s/uoen/s oecome aware of ine 
compe/i/iue worfcf in wnicn onfu ine amoi/ious suruiue. J\acin^ 
/o a/iain incfiuicfu a/ism in a compa/erizecf socie/y^ eacn s/ucfen/ 
realizes inai ne is fo/Iowina a coniinuaJ searcn for new ioeas^ 
new watjs of expressing nimse/f oeiier as ne qoes aooui nis 
cfai/u /asAsy ancffor someone wi/ii wnom lie mau snare l/iese 
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c^iui'no Zeis a re nours /o social 
error is crea/es a fulfn/meni ess en ha/ 
/o a w-eJ/^rounoecl sluoeni. Desire for 
success opens ine ooor io meanina in 
a wor/o of compeiifion. ^omefimes we 
aim OS i lose nope^ oaf we con fin ue fo 
cfrioe for our own finisn line. JoJnen 
we naue crossecf if^ we snaJi Iiaoe 
pricfe in fnai wnicn we nave accom^ 
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Success Is Accomplished 



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'Jour tjears of slruqohnq for success comes io a oramahc 
close. ^ new pain unfo/os in/o a/u/ure of cfeinancfs and Jeacfer'- 
snip inai nas been exiencfecf from ine J ricfe we nacf in our 
^ccompnsnm en/s. 




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Dedication, 



service, and 




loyalty to Princess Anne portray the 



1969 Queen OfUne J eeraae 

MISS ANITA CAROL BOOHER 



POISE, TALENT, AND CHARM IN PAGEANT 






Cathy Donnelly sings "It Doesn't Pay to be Questioning of the five finalists begins with Francis Chobot, first runner-up, presents her 

too Hip!" Diane Fox. "Night of the Prom." 





Miss Congeniahty, Linda Harris, sings "Talk to the Animals.' 



Singing the song, "You Can't get a Man 
with a Gun," won third-runner up for 
Marcia White. 



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Poise and appearance count heavily 
with the judges. 



Miss Princess Anne receives congratulations backstage. 



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MISS CATHERINE ELAINE DONNELLY 



1968 HOMECOMING BRINGS 




Tension turns to 





and congratulated on receiving the title of The 
1968 Homecoming Queen 



joy as Miss Susan Woolf is crowned . . . 



Homecoming is one of the most exciting and anticipated events of the school year. It is made possible through 
the combined efforts of the S.C.A. and all of the Princess Anne students. The presentation of the Homecoming 
Queen is one of the highlights associated with this most memorable football game. For seniors, there is a feeling of 
sadness at the thought of their last high school homecoming; for underclassmen, it is a time of gaiety and spirit and 
participation in all the colorful events. 

Six senior girls are chosen by the S.C.A. and the Varsity Football team as contenders for the coveted title of 
Homecoming Queen, but the final decision is made by the vote of the student body. Not until half time is the 
queen's name revealed. 

On the basis of her vibrant personality, charm, poise and beauty. Miss Susan Woolf was chosen as 1968 
Homecoming Queen. She is a member of the S.C.A. Executive Council, S.C.A. Chaplain, and Chairman of the 
Devotions Committee; she is also Vice-president of Trinity Tri-Hi-Y, a member of the Senior Class Steering 
Committee, and Secretary of the Senior Class. 

Homecoming 1968 was truly a great celebration at Princess Anne, with the excited shouts of the crowd, the 
tension of the football game, the selection of the first-place float, and the precision of the Cavalier Marching Unit 
with its specially prepared routine. Highlight, of course, was the crowning of the queen. 




The Cavaliers rush onto the field with high hopes of victory. 



The Cavalier Marching Unit performs another excellent show for the Homecoming 
game. 



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ANTICIPATION, SPIRIT, AND JOY 





Miss Susan Woolf is escorted in the tradi- 
tional walk . . . 



is presented to the crowd in the traditional ride and 





is honored at the Homecoming dance. 










"Aw, Come on Ref!" 








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'It's going to be a . . . 



TOUCHDOWN!' 



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THE 1968-69 HOMECOMING CONTENDERS, L. to R: Linda Wilkins, Cathy Donnelly, Cindy Tyson, Susan Woolf, Ute 
Ward, and Linda Harris. 




Cathy Donnelly 




Cindy Tyson 



THE 1968 

HOMECOMING 

COURT 





Linda Harris 




Linda Wilkins 



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WE REMEMBER 



... MR. C. M. TOMKO 



For providing an outstanding athletic program at 
Princess Anne; 

For supplying the finest equipment and 
coaches for our school; 

For his financial and moral support of 
the Cavalier Band; and 

For his thirty-one years of loyalty and 

dedication in the teaching profession. 



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Mr. J. Warren Littleton 
Principal 



To the Seniors: 



As your high school career comes to a close, I take this opportunity to wish you a fruitful and happy life. We 
have endeavored to give instruction, motivation, inspiration, guidance, and friendship, and we trust that we have 
been successful in helping you prepare for your future. 

You have contributed much to the high school through student activities and scholastic achievements. Our 
interest in you does not terminate at your graduation. We will continue to be interested in your progress, and you 
may be assured that our best wishes go with you. 




31 



ADMINISTRATORS AND 




Mr. Sachon received his B.A. degree from Catholic 
University and his M.Ed, from the College of William 
and Mary. He works with the students to enforce the 
school rules and code of ethics. 



Mr. Peter Sachon 

Assistant Principal 



Mr. Drake received his B.S. degree and M.Ed, 
from the College of William and Mary. He works 
closely with the teachers and comes in contact 
with many students as Athletic Director. 



Mr. R. G. Drake 

Assistant Principal 




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Mr. Butler received his B.S. degree in 
Business Administration and Distributive 
Education from Virginia Polytechnical In- 
stitute, and his M.A. in Secondary School 
Administration from the University of Vir- 
ginia. He works with such developments as 
team teaching and increased use of technical 
aids. 



Mr. A. R. Buder, IV 

Intern Principal 



32 



COUNSELORS AID STUDENTS 




Mrs. Clelia Freeman 

Radford College B.S. 

William and Mary M.Ed. 

Guidance Director 

Counselor, 1 2th grade 



The Guidance Department of Princess Anne High School is an integral part of the total education 
program, assisting the individual student in developing a realistic concept of himself as an individual 
and as a member of society. In helping students attain this goal, the Guidance Department assists 
students in solving academic, personal and social problems; provides educational and vocational 
information; supervises the various testing programs and organizes college and career programs. 




Mrs. Kathleen Boyd 

Mary Washington B.A. 
University of Virginia M.Ed. 
Counselor, 8th, 12th grades 







Mrs. Helen Braun 

General Beadle B.S. 

East Carolina College M.A. 

Counselor, 8th grade 



Mrs. Mary Commander 

William and Mary B.S. 
Counselor, 9th grade 



Mrs. Anne Owens 

Madison College B.S. 

William and Mary M.Ed. 

Counselor, 10th grade 



Mr. Gerald Sandler 

Old Dominion College B.S. 

University of North Carolina M.Ed. 

Counselor, 11th grade 




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Mrs. Boyd assists a student in an important decision of 
college choice. 



Mrs. Freeman smiles as she anticipates a school year to be filled with 
programs for students concerning their future. 



33 



ENGLISH CLASSES DARE A 




Mr. Harold Wheeler 

University of North 

Carolina B.A. 

Department Chairman 

English 11 




Miss Sylvia Capps 

Hampton Institute B.S. 
English 8 



A Noiseless Patient Spider 

A noiseless patient spider, 

I marked where on a little promontory it stood isolated, 

Marked how to explore the vacant vast surrounding. 

It launched forth filament, filament, filament, out of itself. 

Ever unreeling them, ever tirelessly speeding them. 

And you O my soul where you stand. 

Surrounded, detached, in measureless oceans of space. 

Ceaselessly musing, venturing, throwing, seeking the spheres to connect 

them. 
Till the bridge you will need be formed, till the ductile anchor hold, 
Till the gossamer thread you fling catch somewhere, O my soul. 

Walt Whitman 






Mr. Francis Collier 

Edinburgh University M.A. 
English 12, Latin 



Mis. Sara Culbert 

William and Mary B.A. 
EngUsh 8, 9 



Mrs. Ethyle Davis 

Texas University B.S. 

Reading 




Mrs. Linda Davis 

Wake Forest 

University B.A. 

English 9, 11 





Miss Diane Dodson 


Mrs. Olga Gay 


Mary Washington 


University of 


College B.A. 


Georgia B.S. 


English 10 


English 9 



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Mrs. Phyllis Heberling 

American University B.A. 

English 8, Speech 



Mrs. Christine Joyner 

East Carolina B.A. 
English 12 




Mr. Steve Lail 

University of North 

Carolina B.A. 

English 10, Journalism 




Mr. Wheeler listens intently as a student analyzes a poem 



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Kathy Mays introduces Clifford Hubbard, 
a representative of the Virginian-Pilot, 
to Mr. Lail's Journalism class. 



STUDENT TO BE ORIGI 




Mr. William Moosha 

Atlantic Christian B.A. 

English 12 




Mrs. Miriam Stewart 

Carson-Newman 

CoUege B.A. 

English 9 




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Miss Susie Pedigo 

Mary Washington 

College B.A. 
English 8, Drama 







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Mrs. Gaynelle Richardson 

Queens College B.A. 

English 9 




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Mrs. Lucy Sawyer 

William and Mary B.A. 
English 11 





Mrs. Dorothy Sefert 

Bowling Green State B.S. 

English 8 




Mrs. Lurlene Trett 


Mrs. Helen Waid 


Mrs. Gertrude Ward 


Miss Mary Ann Weathers 


Park CoUege B.A. 


Old Dominion 


Old Dominion 


North Carolina State 


EngUsh 10 


CoUege B.S. 


College B.A. 


University B.A. 




EngUsh 10 


EngUsh 12 


EngUsh 8 






Mrs. Jane Webster 


Mrs. Marie Wells 


Mr. Larry Williams 


Seton HUl B.A. 


Longwood CoUege B.A. 


East Carolina 


University of North 


EngUsh 11 


CoUege B.S. 


Carolina M.A.T. 




English 12 


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difference between passive and active voice. 



Mr. Collier dramatically reads a scene from Shakespeare's 
OTHELLO. 



35 




FRENCH, GERMAN, LATIN, SPANISH 

The Foreign Language Department offers extensive programs in French, German, Latin and 
Spanish. These courses, aimed to help both college and non college-bound students, are taught 
by the oral-aural method. The courses stress an understanding of the culture, history, and 
literature of the countries, as well as the mechanics of the language. Increasing the student's 
vocabulary through the study of English derivatives is also an important goal. 

Two rooms are equipped with language laboratories and all rooms have tape recorders. 
With these modern methods, each student is able to acquire better training in all phases of the 
language program. 



Miss Jewell Whitlock 

Mary Washington College B.A. 

University of Virginia M.Ed. 

Chairman of Department 

Latin 






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Miss Anne Bennett 


Mrs. Shirley Boyd 


Mr. Kenneth Cauthen 


Miss Rosmarie Lonitz 


Converse College B.A. 


Aquinas College B.A. 


University of South Carolina B.A 


Radford College B.S 


French 


Universite' De Laval M.A. 


William and Mary M. Ed. 


German 




French 


Spanish 






Mrs. Elaine Orcutt 

Old Dominion College B.S. 
Spanish 




Mr. Frank Peele, Jr. 
Frederick College B.A. 
Universidad Internacional Mexico M.A. 
Spanish I, II 





Miss Whitlock gives an assignment to her Latin class. 



"Repetez apres moi, s'il vous plait" is Miss Bennett's 
instruction to her French class. 



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PREPARE STUDENTS FOR FOREIGN TRAVEL 





Neither rain, nor sleet, nor hail, nor sprained back keeps Mrs. 
Boyd from the classroom. 



Miss Lonitz instructs her students on the pronunciation of a 
difficult German word. 



Mr. Cauthen looks over a student's written assignment on 
translation. 





Mr. Peele listens to a student conjugate the simple verb "estar". 



37 



SOCIAL STUDIES ACQUAINT 




Mr. E. E. Cox 

William and Mary B.A. 

University of Virginia M.A. 

Department Chairman 

Government 



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Miss Barbara Bailey 

Old Dominion College B.S. 

Government 



A wide scope of subjects is taught in the Social Studies Department at Princess Anne. Audio visual 
aids and other teaching props help the student to grasp a better understanding of his subject. Required 
courses are U.S. History and Government. From these the student learns the background and working 
of today's government. Sociology and international courses give the student an idea of the customs and 
social functions of human culture as well as an idea of the interplay of these cultures throughout the 
civilized world. A course in economy explores the difficult and little-understood field of budget and 
trade, while World Geography illustrates the effect of natural environment upon people. 







Mr. Donald Carrow 

East Carolina College B.S. 

East Carolina College M.A. 

Geography 



Miss Rebecca Debnam 

Longwood College B.S. 
Geography 



Mr. William Eley 

East Carolina College B.S. 
History, Government 



Ml. Hope James 

Old Dominion College B.A. 

History 





Mr. Cox affably suggests that a talkative student move to another seat. 



In his Ninth Grade Geography class, Mr. Carrow 
lectures on pressure zones. 



38 



YOUTH TO WORLD PROBLEMS 






Miss Carol Martin 

Longwood College B.S. 
Geography 



Miss Alice McCoUum 

Winthrop College B.A. 
History 



Mr. Howard McKenzie 

Guilford College B.A. 

University of Miami M.A. 

Gove Anient j 








Mrs. Ann Rowan 

University of Florida B.A. 
History 



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Miss Betty WUey 

University of Georgia B.S. 

Geography 



Mrs. Dorothy Wolfred 

Old Dominion CoUege B.S. 

University of Virginia M. Ed. 

History, Sociology 




In government class Mr. Eley challenges a student's remark. 



World traveler, Navy Chief Jack Boyd, explains the time zones to a 
geography class. 






Miss Roxanna Palmer 

Chowan College A. A. 

Old Dominion College B.S. 

International Relations 

History 




Mr. Donald PurseU 

Randolph Macon CoUege B.A. 

Government 



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Before beginning her lecture. Miss Bailey 
waits for the attention of the class. 



Geography and Miss Martin hold the stu- 
dents spellbound. 





Miss Maigaret Bailey 

Elon CoUege B.A. 

Department Chairman 

Algebra I 



MATHEMATICS TEACHES STUDENTS 



To meet the needs and interests of ail students in mathematics, the following courses are offered: 
Algebra I, II, and III, Geometry and Trigonometry. The basic concepts of plane, solid and analytic 
Geometry are studied in Unified Geometry. 

Students are urged to take courses that will enable them to graduate with a general knowledge of algebra 
and geometry whether or not they are college bound. The needs and interests of all students are met in this 
department. 





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Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett 

Ball State University B.S. 

Mathematics 8 



Miss Pamela Boyd 

Sweet Briar College B.A. 
Geometry, Mathematics 



Miss Lynn Cavedo 

Radford College B.S. 

Geometry, Mathematics 



Mrs. Anne Chastain 

Vanderbilt University B.A. 
Geometry, Algebra I 



Mrs. Nancy Davidson 
Madison College B.S. 
Geometry, Algebra I 




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Miss Bailey explains the principles involved in adding 
negative fractions. 



Mr. Robbins explains how to prove determinates without expanding them. 



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TO VIEW PROBLEMS LOGICALLY 




Mrs. Lynne Edwards 

Mary Washington College B.S. 
Mathematics, Geometry 




Mrs. Patricia Ewell 

Westhampton College B.S. 
Geometry, Algebra I 




Mrs. Dorothy Jones 

Meredith College B.A. 
Geometry, Algebra I 




Mrs. Carrie Knack 

Cornell University B.A. 
Trigonometry, Algebra I 




Mrs. Sara Lane 

Elon College B.A. 

Mathematics, Geometry 




Miss Delna Lineberry 

Elon College B.A. 
Mathematics 




Mrs. Arlene McCord 

Kutztown State College B.S. 
Mathematics 




Mr. John Robbins 

William and Mary B.S. 

University of Virginia M.Ed. 

Algebra III 





Mr. E. F. Stanley Mr. PhUip Williams 

Old Dominion College B.S. Atlantic Christian College B.S. 
Mathematics, Algebra III Mathematics, Algebra I 




Mrs. Jones points out the steps in the multiplication of negative 
fractions and positive whole numbers. 





Mrs. Chastain explains the addition property to one of her 
students. 




Mrs. McCord gives a demonstration to her Math class. 



Miss Lineberry drills her class on percentages. 



41 



SCIENCE CHALLENGES STUDENTS 




Mrs. Mabel Taylor 

Madison College B.S. 

Department Chairman 

Biology 




Mr. James Bocock 

Old Dominion College B.S. 

Biology 



In recent years the Science Department has extended its curriculum in the experimental sciences at the eighth and 
ninth grade levels. Life Science is designed to provide an acquaintance with the world of living things, and of the 
relationships of one organism to another and to provide a knowledge of the structure and function of organisms. 

Introductory Physical Science is a laboratory -oriented ninth-grade course in which the students spend 60% of their 
time in laboratory work. The other physical science course involves the students in a more general study of physics, 
chemistry, earth science, and astronomy. 

Biology, a tenth-grade course, offers a survey course for students not wishing to continue in the advanced sciences 
and also a more concentrated study in molecular and cellular biology. 

Chemistry, with double labs twice a week, emphasizes the chemical laws and principles, and gives the students a 
comprehensive introduction to the structure and composition of everyday materials. Physics helps the student to 
develop his abilities to analyze natural occurrences by attempting to explain the fundamental principles of matter and 
energy, in connection with its effects in mechanics, heat, light, sound, and electricity. 







Mrs. Joyce Griffin 

Saint Paul's 

College B.S. 

Biology 



Miss Lemira Guffy 

University of 

North Carolina B.A. 

Life Science 



Mr. J.A. Linn 

William and Mary B.S. 

William and Mary M.T.S. 

Physics 



Mrs. Mary Ellen MacLean 

Mount Holyoke 

College B.A. 

Chemistry 

Physical Science 




An interesting problem in physics is discussed in Mr. Linn's class. 



'If I have to go over Genetics once more, I'll scream!" 




Mrs. MacLean wonders how a student 
got that answer. 



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TO THINK INDEPENDENTLY 




Mr. Robeit Palombo 

Old Dominion College B.S. 
Life Science 





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Mis. Maiy Phillips 

Mary Washington 

CoUege B.A. 

Chemistry 




Mi. James Someis 


Mr. Theodore Stohi 


East Carolina 


Central Washington 


University B.A. 


State B.S. 


East Carolina 


Physical Science 


University M.A.Ed. 




Life Science 






■'How did you ever get blue eyes?" was the question in Miss Guffy's Life Science 
class. 



In Biology class Mrs. Taylor is absorbed in students' discussion 
of heredity. 



In Life Science Mrs. Griffin and a student hsten to 
the topic of cells. 





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BUSINESS EDUCATION OPENS 




Mrs. Mary Barber 

Madison College B.S. 

William and Mary M.S. 

Department Chairman 

VOX Coordinator 



It is through business courses, taught in the Business Education Department that the student achieves a 
sound foundation for personal and occupational competence in the field of business. 

It is often forgotten, with the stress upon our scientific advancement, that it is the wheels of business and 
economic development that have enabled us to make great scientific strides. The adventuresome nature of 
business has set the stage for scientific study m business. 

The Business Education curriculum offers to the students an opportunity to become competent in the 
following areas: Secretarial, Accounting, Data Processing, Typewriting, and General Office. A cooperative work 
training program is available for students who wish to participate by working in an office and applying the 
knowledge learned in the classroom to the job. 

The business classrooms are equipped with modem and up-to-date equipment. Each year the department 
updates its equipment, curriculum, and teachers to meet the changes that are occurring in our ever-changing 
business world. Students who are planning to continue their education beyond high school may elect any one of 
the occupational patterns or may select from these subjects: Beginning Typewriting, Advanced Typewriting, 
Beginning Bookkeeping, Accounting, Advanced Accounting, Data Processing, Business Economics, Business 
Law, Personal Typewriting, Notehand, Clerical Office Practice or Vocational Office Training. 








Mrs. Hortense Eason 

University of North 
Carolina B.S. 
Bookkeeping 




Mrs. Kathleen Edmondson 

Madison College B.S. 

Shorthand I 



Miss Helen Estes 

Old Dominion College B.S. 

Shorthand, 

Personal Typing 



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Mrs. Louise McAfee 

Old Dominion College B.S. 

Bookkeeping, Typing I 




Mrs. Luella Jones 

Northwestern State of 

Louisiana B.S. 

Personal General 

Business, 

Business Economics 



Mrs. Mildred Lee 

Ohio University B.S. 
Typing, Business Law 



Mrs. Lois Wootton 

Radford College B.S. 
Typing 1, COP 





Individual assistance is offered by Mrs. Wootton 
in Typing 1 class. 

Locating employers for the girls in Vocational 
Office Training keeps Mrs. Barber on the tele- 
phone many hours each day. 



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THE DOOR TO NEW CAREERS 





With the assistance of Miss Estes, girls learn to take dictation 
at various speeds using the stenographic laboratory. 



Explaining the use of the mimeograph machine is Miss Lucy 
Ann Rich, a senior at Norfolk State, who is a student teacher 
at Princess Anne. 




Mr. Clifford Lewis 

Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute B.S. 
Department Chairman 
Distributive Education 



Distributive Education refers to vocational education for those preparing for, or 
engaged in, distributing goods and services to the public, including all retail, wholesale, 
and service occupations. Distributive Education offers preparatory instruction for 
students desiring to explore distribution as a career, seeking a broader knowledge of the 
principles of free enterprise, or building a foundation for continuing education related to 
distribution. Its purpose is also to provide thorough vocational instruction for individuals 
already employed or preparing to enter those occupations followed by proprietors, 
managers, or employees in distribution. 




Mr. James HoUey 

East Tennessee State 

University B.S. 
Distributive Education 





Mr. Lewis lectures to the class on 
the proper technique to use when 
applying for a job. 



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HOME ECONOMICS INCREASES GIRLS' 




Mrs. Enid Beazley 

Madison College B.S. 

Department Chairman 

Home Economics I 



In the Home Economics Department courses are elective for any student in school. In Home 
Economics I, the student is taught the basics of cooking, sewing and child care. Each consecutive 
year the study is broadened and deepened. A special course in Home Economics V is offered for 
senior girls who do not have time for more than a one-year course. This is a comprehensive 
introduction to home management. 

Class room periods are marked by using guest speakers, films and the actual cooking and sewing. 
Excitement and encouragement are found as students are urged to compete for top honors in the 
annual Culinary Art Show. 




Mrs. Parker checks student's sample sewing booklets. 



Mrs Beazley shows her students the fine points of 
refinishing furniture. 




Mrs. Frazier enjoys her first year of 
teaching at Princess Anne. 



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RESPONSIBILITIES FOR FUTURE HOME LIFE 




Mrs. Dorothy Frazier 

Oregon State University B.S. 

Home Economics I 




Mrs. Virginia Parker 

Madison College B.S. 
Home Economics II, V 




Mrs. Mary Spencer 

University of North 

CaroUna B.S. 

Home Economics I, III 




How to sew with corduroy is the topic of discussion in Mrs. Spencer's 
Home Economics class. 





Mrs. Pratt, a Home Economist from the Tidewater 
Dairy Council, lectures to the Home Economics 
students on "How to be a Doll." 



The proper way to set the oven temperature on a stove is explained by 
Mrs. Beazley. 



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Mr. John Grady 

East Carolina University B.S. 

East Carolina 

Universtiy M.A. 

Department Chainnan 

Physical Education 



PHYSICAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE 

Both physical and mental hygiene, as well as athletics, are taught in the Physical 
Education Department to both boys and girls. An interesting and inclusive program 
has been developed, mainly through the use of excellent facilities and equipment. 

The large gymnasium is divided into two smaller girls' and boys' gyms. Each of 
these has a basketball court and facilities for volleyball, badminton, and other indoor 
sports. Three smaller activity rooms are used for weight training, tumbling, 
trampoline, wrestling and gymnastics. 

In addition to the indoor areas are ten tennis courts, baseball fields, hockey fields, 
a quarter-mile cinder track and a fuUy-lighted football field. All of these provide 
students with a well-rounded physical education program. 

Through the use of six automobiles and six capable instructors the students learn „ '?' '^"r ^ ^ g c 

to be proficient drivers. The radio-controlled cars, and the simulator with its Department Chainnan 

well-equipped classroom provide excellent facilities for driver training. Physical Education 





Mr. Leo Anthony 

Old Dominion College B.S. 

Physical Education 





Mrs. Margaret Higgs 

Kentucky State College B.S. 
Physical Education 



Miss Patricia Lyddane 

Longwood College B.S. 

Physical Education 




Mr. Al Habit 

East Carolina 

Universtiy B.S. 

Physical Education 




Miss Ellen McCIendon 

Longwood College B.S. 
Physical Education 



Mr. Donald Van Benschoten 

Guilford CoUege B.A. 

University of Virginia M.Ed. 

Physical Education 




Mr. Dennis Haglan 

William and Mary B.A. 
Physical Education 






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In Mr. Anthony's Health class the students are busily taking notes on bone 
structure. 



From his high vantage point Mr. Davis gives 
instructions through the microphone to the 
Driver Education students. 



HELP BUILD STRONGER BODIES 




'The sound goes in one ear and comes out the other." 



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"The thigh bone is connected to the leg 
bone." 




There is almost as much interest in the photographer 
as in the study of respiration. 



'And it was about this long," Miss Burkhart assures her students. 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND CRAFTS 




In the Industrial Arts department students are provided an opportunity to investigate the use of 
technical skills which play an important part in the development of their mechanical abilities. 
Students are exposed to the principles and concepts of industry by employing actual involvement 
with tools, machines, and materials. Products made by the students in Crafts make tliem the envy 
of other students. All courses, open to both boys and girls, include mechanical and architectural 
drawing, Graphic Arts, Crafts, Woods, Metals, Power Mechanics, Electricity and General Shop. 



Mr. Harvard Deen 

Old Dominion College B.S. 

Department Chairman 

Drafting 








Mi. James Allen 

William and Mary B.S. 

Crafts 



Mr. Ernest Davenport 

Old Dominion College B.S. 

Power Mechanics 



Mr. Danny Dillon 

Old Dominion College B.A. 
Electricity 



Mr. Leo Sloniker 

Old Dominion College B.S. 
General Shop 



Mr. Elmer Stamm 

Old Dominion CoUege B.S. 
General Metals 





Mr. Joseph Thibodeau 

Old Dominion College B.S. 

Graphic Arts 



Mr. James Thompson 

Old Dominion College B.S. 

Woodshop 





This young student is receiving help in his drafting from 
Mr. Deen. 



One of the favorite classes of the day with many boys is 
Woodshop. Mr. Thompson lends a hand to "save a thumb, 
perhaps." 



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PREPARE STUDENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT 




All the students wanted to help take this motor apart. Mr. 
Davenport shows great patience. 



Power machinery makes easy work of cutting metals; Mr. Stamm offers 
assistance to the student. 




Making attractive ceramic pieces looks easy, but this student isn't 
convinced. Mr. Allen is most helpful to all students. 



General Shop proves difficult for beginners. Mr. 
Sloniker offers encouragement and kindly ad- 
vice. 




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NAVAL SCIENCE PROGRAM EXPANDED 




Captain Clifford Caton 

American International 

College B.S. 
Naval Science Instructor 



The Corps of Naval Cadets was established in 1967 at Princess Anne High School by a 
Secretary of the Navy Order. At that time, the unit was one of fifteen in the Nation; however, 
today 60 high schools throughout the country have an established Corps including three in the 
state of Virginia. 

The program offers a select group of young men the opportunity to embark on an interesting 
and rewarding experience as Naval Cadets. Over the three years the cadets study oceanography, 
meteorology, electronics, astronomy, navigation and seamanship. A special emphasis is placed on 
appearance, conduct, responsibility and physical fitness in addition to classroom material. The 
cadets also drill, fire weapons and learn to handle small arms with safety. They are provided 
opportunities to board naval ships and view various types of naval demonstrations. They conduct 
and become aware of traditional ceremonies. The program's goal is to develope informed yoimg 
men with a strong sense of self-reliance, personal knowledge of the responsibilities of citizenship 
and appreciation of the national defense role of the United States Navy. The program stresses 
leadership and teamwork, and high standards of conduct and self-reliance are expected from 
enrolled cadets. Cadets are not obligated for future Naval Service; however, they are provided 
valuable preparatory knowledge for a young man interested in a future naval career in either 
enlisted or officer status. 





The Naval Science class receives instruction on the assembling of a rifle. 



Captain Caton points out the major trouble areas of the world. 





Inspection is a necessary and important part of the Naval The cadets in Naval Science take trips to receive information on many Naval programs. 

Science program. 



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ENRICHMENT PROVIDED BY FINE ARTS 






s. Susan Boydston 


Mr. Ronald Collins 


Mr. Clark Graves 


Old Dominion 


Frederick College B.S. 


Shenandoah Conservatory 


CoUege B.S. 


Band 


of Music B.M.E. 


Art 




Vocal Music 




"Musical training is a more potent instrument 
than any other, because rhythm and harmony find 
their way into the inward places of the soul." 
-Plato. 

A student who has been properly educated in 
music will praise beautiful things and take delight in 
them and receive them into his soul to foster its 
growth and become himself beautiful and good. 
This is the aim of the Band and Choral Departments 
along with making the young musician realize he is 
a creative and social being engaged in activities 
leading toward self-realizatipn and social security. 
The Arts have long been accepted as a necessary 
means of self-expression and have been more or less 
a part of our public education program. 




Trent Nicholas uses his artistic ability to help promote the success of the art 
show. 



Mr. Collins conducts classes in band. 





Mr. Graves listens as the Girls' Chorus practices for a program. 



Mrs. Boydston explains the fundamentals of art to a student. 



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STAFF PROVIDES ASSISTANCE 




FOR STUDENTS 



Important on the staff at our school are the 
nurse and the secretaries. Students, new to Prin- 
cess Anne, those who are ill, and those seeking 
guidance receive prompt and courteous assistance 
from these efficient staff members. 



Mrs. Sylvia Byms, R.N. 

Sarah Leigh Hospital 




Miss Ann Woody 
IBM Operator 











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Mis. Caddye Walker 

Bookkeeper— Student Store Manager 






Mrs. Wanda Henwood 

School Secretary 



Mrs. Donna Ward 

Registrar 



Mrs. Ethel Rittmann 

Secretary, Guidance Department 



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LIBRARY OFFERS RESEARCH MATERIALS 




ii. 



Miss Margaret Stallings 

Madison College B.S. 
Librarian 




Mrs. Dorothy Jones 

East Carolina 

University B.S. 

Assistant Librarian 




Mrs. Ege 

Audio-Visual 



An essential part of every high school is its 
library. Our library has the finest and latest hard- 
book editions, periodical literature, and research 
material. New volumes are added each year to keep 
this a very up-to-date Ubrary. 

Students are available each bell during the day to 
assist the Ubrarians and the students in making their 
selections. The audio-visual room maintains a large 
and varied collection of Him strips, records and 
tapes that are widely used in the classrooms. 




LIBRARY STAFF. Seated first row, L. to R: D. Little, W. Miller, A. CampbeU, S. Crimmel, E. Barret, D. Mulhearn, T. Currie, F. Grantham. 
Standing, second row, L. to R: C. Frizzell, R. Villanueva, K. Taylor, G. Sherman, B. Taylor, E. Ballard, R. Poyner, S. Leedom, G. Miller, C. Lentz, 
G. Miller. Absent: C. Archibald, S. Phillippi, M. Taft, J. Reynolds, D. Givens, J. Shallow, F. Chobot, D. Cespedes, C. Shaffer, L. Nordberg. 



CUSTODIANS MAINTAIN 




WORKING CONDITIONS 




Mr. Goodwin 



Mr. Lockman and Mr. Fischer have a variety of duties to perform. 



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SCA BIDS FAREWELL TO OUR PRINCIPAL 





Mr. Littleton thanks the student body for his gifts. 



Diane Fisher presents farewell gifts to Mr. Littleton. 



The 1968-1969 S.C.A. worked hard throughout the year to 
acquaint students with various aspects of student life at Princess 
Anne. Educational advancement and democratic principles were 
the main points the S.C.A. endeavored to promote. In order 
that new students felt welcome at Princess Anne, an Orientation 
program was held before the beginning of the school year. 
During the summer of '68, two students, Lynn Poff and Susan 
Marshall, were sent to South America. Two foreign exchange 
students were welcomed into the student body, Philip Gonzalez 



and Christina Morales. 

The S.C.A. took charge of the season football ticket sale and 
Homecoming festivities. The traditional Christmas door deco- 
ration contest was held. A big highlight of the year was the 
Computer Dance at which students found their ideal mates. The 
S.C.A. sponsored pep rallies, dances, bonfires, assemblies, and 
sold school spirit buttons in order to promote enthusiasm. 
1968-'69 was the first time in the history of Princess Anne High 
School that the S.C.A. was led by four girls. 





The student body acknowledges Mr. Littleton's service with an honor- 
ary plaque. 



A tea sponsored by the S.C.A. is held in honor of Mr. Littleton's years of 
devoted service. 



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S. C. A. AT WORK 





SCA OFFICERS: Left to Right: J. Touchton, Treas.; D. Fischer, V. Pres.; L. 
Wilkins, Pres.; Absent: H. Spence, Sec. 



"All in favor," as Linda Wilkins conducts an 
S.C.A. meeting. 




S.C.A. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: First Row, Left to Right: J. Touchton, D. Fisher, L. Wilkins, C. Tyson, S. Woolf. 
Second Row: J. Peery, S. Moore, D. Page, N. Wade, C. Merritt, G. Collins, S. Barnhill, C. Trapp, A. Barnhill, J. 
Williams, V. McGanty. Third Row: S. Marshall, M. Witham, J. Basgier, C. Wulzer,D. Sakis, J. Findlayson, R. Fowler. 





Honor Guard hoists flag which once flew over 
the nation's capital. Greg Skinner and Diane 
Fisher look on. 



Foreign exchange students Christine Morales and Phillips 
Gonzalez and sponsor Mr. Cox open Christmas presents from 
the S.C.A. 




S.C.A. meetings are held regularly in the Thalia Lynn Baptist Church. 



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NHS INAUGURATES TUTORING PROGRAM 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Girls Seated, Left to Right: K. Verget, R. Hamilton, L. PoUie, I. Mirman, D. Fatten, J. Touchton, J. Barnett. Standing: 
K. Osborne, J. Miller, R. Gerloff, T. Wilson, R. Bowles. 




Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Integrity are the 
standards of the members of the National Honor Society. 
The purpose of the Honor Society is to recognize those 
students with high academic standing and to encourage 
higher education through scholarships given at the end of 
the year. A special tutoring program was offered by the 
members this year to help those students who needed 
extra instruction in their weak subjects. 



Rosemary Hamilton speaks on the goals of the Honor Society at the Tapping 
Ceremony. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Seated, Left to Right: P. OerhU, G. Bowdoin, K. Matthews, J. Coleman, L. Sparks, K. Sjogren, S. Self. Standing: A. 

Barnhill, J. Moss, E. Parker, D. Samples, C. Tyson, T. Meredith. 



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HONOR COURT PROMOTES CITIZENSHIP 




HONOR CODE 

I pledge on my honor 

To conduct myself to uphold the 
honor of my school, 

To report myself for cheating, 

To report myself for stealing. 

To report myself for damaging or 
destroying public or private 
property, 

To report myself for violating 
school rules and regulations, and 

To report others who do not up- 
hold this pledge. 



HONOR COURT: K. Donnelly, J. Kelly, R. Fowler, C. Trapp, R. Marchant, P. Rudd. 

The purpose of the Honor Court of Princess Anne High School is to build strong moral character in its students. The Court 
strives to accomplish this goal by promoting honesty in the school. Under the direction of Mrs. MacLean, the Honor Court tries 
cases which are brought before it, and makes recommendations to the administration for final decision and action. Producing 
better citizens is the main interest of the Honor Court. It is the responsibility of every student to uphold his reputation, the 
reputation of the school, and the Honor Code. 

HI-Y TRI-HI-Y COUNCIL 

Coordinating the various Hi-Y's and Tri-Hi-Y's at Princess Anne is the responsibility of the Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y Council. This group 
is composed of one member from each of the organizations within the Y program. The president and advisor represent our school 
and act as coordinators with the city YMCA Director of high school organizations. 



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TRI-HI-Y, HI-Y COUNCIL: First Row: J. Moss, L. Wiikins, K. Mays, F. Chobot. Second Row: T. Altman, 
H. Sykes, R. Bourne, G. Gerloff. 



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THE 1968-69 PEERAGE STAFF 




THE PEERAGE STAFF: First Row, Left to Right: B. Pfitzer, S. Grover, P. Reed, D. Pillow, A. Sutton, K. Johnson, B. Dunn. Second Row: A. Pillow, L. 
Garris, C. Snyder, S. Fiery, L. Pyatt, A. Hoover, L. Snyder, S. Self, B. Jones. Third Row: M. Ennis, K. Osborne, P. Finch, M. Combs, J. Zinsler, M. 
Schimmel, D. Smith. 

The 1969 PEERAGE is designed to give full coverage to another busy year at Princess Anne High 
School. The hours of work, worry and dedications are combined into pages of fond memories to be 
relived each time the PEERAGE is opened. The staff is proud of the student body at Princess Anne 
and records their achievements in one of its own great accomplishments— The 1969 PEERAGE. 

Each spring the hard-working staff members anticipate the trip to New York for the C.S.P.A. 
Convention for training on yearbook layout, management, and editing. Columbia University is the 
setting for the convention and during the four-day trip the staff members Usten and learn to be 
better equipped for the next year's work. Ideas are shared with yearbook editors throughout the 
United States. 

This year Princess Anne hosted a yearbook workshop presented for students in Virginia by the 
Delmar Printing Company to train students in producing first-rate yearbooks. Our staff acted as 
guides as well as attended classes. Another accomplishment was achieved at Princess Anne. 





Sharon Grover, Business Manager; Mr. Frank Peele, Financial Advisor; 
and Linda Pyatt plan and operate the budget of THE PEERAGE. 



Pat Reed, Editor, and Mrs. Lurlene Trett, Advisor of THE PEERAGE, 
work together in checking annual pages. 



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CAPTURES MEMORIES OF PRINCESS ANNE 




Each year the Peerage is entered in national 
yearbook competition throughout the United 
States through the C.S.P.A. We are proud of the 
achievements of the 1968 Peerage staff who 
received first place rating judged on originality, 
layout, copy, theme and content. 



Pat Reed, Editor of THE PEERAGE. 





Dana Pillow, Copy Editor, and Jim Zinslei, Sports Editor, 
prepare sports section for printing. 



Linda Garris, Barbie Pfitzer, Ann Pillow and Karen Johnson plan the layout for the 
club pages. 




Photographers of THE PEERAGE, Mike Ennis, Paul Finch, and Mike Mi. Bill Hash, Delmai photographer, prepares to take one of the many 
Schimmel examine a camera before beginning to take some action shots. underclassmen pictures for the annual. 



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PAGE RATES NUMBER ONE 




Editors of the PAGE: L. to R.: Mike McCuUy, Sports Editor; Rosemary Stallings, Editor-in-Chief; Sheila Van Canagan, Feature Editor; Sheila Dudley, 
News Editor; Susan Sibley, Managing Editor. 



The PAGE is written and managed by a ten-man staff, who 
sends news and features to the BEACON and the VIRGINIA 
BEACH SUN, local community papers. The entire PAGE Staff, 
with the exception of a few out-of-class reporters, works on the 
paper in the journalism room, office, or the print shop. Besides 
this in-class work, the staff has to stay after school on make-up 
days for the paper, where the scene shifts to the print shop and 
they put together the lay-out of each page with the help of Mr. 
Linn, typesetter, and Mr. Thibodeau, Printer. Mr. Steve Lail, 



advisor to the PAGE, is always with the staff advising, instruc- 
ting, editing and working along on make-up days. The members 
of the staff are Editor-in-Chief, Rosemary Stallings; News 
Editor, Sheila Dudley; Feature Editor, Sheila Van Canagan; 
Sports Editor, Mike McCully; Business Manager, Susan Sibley; 
Photographer and Artist, Trent Nicholas; Reporter, Ruth Ann 
Gurganus, Connie Ness, Mary Butler, Mary Uonberger, and 
Andrea Hoover. 




The FOLIO staff gathers to plan the spring addition. 



Mr. W. S. Laii, advisor looks over the finished product 
with his staff. 




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AT C. S. P. A. CONVENTION 





Reporter Mary Butler and Managing Editor, Susan 
Sibley work together. 



Rosemary Stallings reminds staff of the approaching deadline. 




The PAGE is assembled to be distributed to the student body. 



Mr. Lail gives one of his typical humorous "news" stories. 





Mr. Thibodeau, Printer, and Rosemary Stallings look over freshly 
printed paper. 



Mi. Lail points out "vital points" to some staff members. 



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THE 1969 VARSITY CHEERING SQUAD 




VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Left to Right; D. Sakis, B. Stublin, M. White, D. Canaday, L. Synder, C. Donnelly, D. Fox, L. 
Harris. Co-Captains: D. Marshall, K. Jones. 








Co-Captain Diane Marshall 



Co-Captain Karen Jones 




The Varsity Cheerleaders proudly support their team at Homecoming. 



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SUPPORTS THE MIGHTY PA TEAMS 






Leanne Snyder 



Dianne Fox 



Belinda Stublin 



Devoted, hard-working, cheerful and spirited, the Varsity Cheerleaders have been the 
strongest supporters of the Princess Anne High School teams. With no returning 
cheerleaders, many hours were spent practicing to rebuild the squad. This proved to be 
rewarding as Princess Anne spirite rated "Number One." Their loyalty, devotion and 
leadership were a definite asset at all athletic events. 




PA 




Marcia White 



Linda Harris 






Debra Sakis 



Catherine Donnelly 



Deborah Canaday 



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JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 




JV CHEERLEADERS: Left to Right: Co-captains N. Spence and N. Chevalier. Second Row: N. Roberts, G. Collins, G. Garcia, P. 
Burrow, C. Wizeman, S. May, C. Delacruz, C. Spagnuolo. 





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Co-Captain Nancy Spence . 






The photographer catches the girls off guard as they rehearse their jumps. 



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DEMONS 



A SPIRIT' 




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Outstanding leaders of school spirit at Princess Anne have been the Junior Varsity 
Cheerleaders. Leading the cheering at J.V. basketball, wrestling, baseball, and 
football events, they aided the spectators and athletes alike with their cheering. To 
help make money, they sold programs at the various athletic events, and they gave 
active support to the Varsity Cheerleaders. 




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JV CHEERLEADERS, Left to Right: N. Spence, N. Roberts, G. Garcia, G. Collins, P. Burrows, C. 
Wizeman, S. May, C. Delacruz, C. Spagnuolo, N. Chevalier. 



CHORAL DEPARTMENT PROVIDES 




A.CAPPELLA CHORUS: First Row, Left to Right: L. Holt, A. Rumsey, 
L. Simpson, D. Kowalske, P. Horton, J. Flowers, V. Gills, D. Little, J. 
Constantine, S. Harrison, M. Carney, J. Zutavern, C. Merritt. Second 
Row: P. Hamilton, B. Harrell, E. Turner, L. Funderburk, T. Norton, M. 
Russell, R. McCoy, J. Waldorf, K. Mays, J. Patton, D. McKenzie, J. 
Edwards. Third Row: P. Griffin, C. AUen, B. Harris, R. Holt, S. May, W. 
Coats, J. Mendoza, D. Howe, G. Gills, D. Benjamin, D. Yoder, D. 



Marshall, D. Dalby, C. Spagnuolo. Fourth Row: L. McJunkin, C. Fazio, J. 
Lindgren, M. Whited, G. Enroughty, S. Cavender, E. Parker, I. Mirman, J. 
Skidmore, D. Culberson, K. Jones, T. Fox, B. Pierce, D. Dion, S. Pate. 
Fifth Row: B. Moran, M. McCoy, S. Grover, C. Frizzell, S. Deemer, R. 
Michaelson, G. Faye, M. Gallond, M. Jennings, E. Taylor, S. Williams, C. 
Seagle, D. Hickman, S. Acey, P. Davis, N. Watson, Accompanist. 




MADRIGALS: Boys Standing, Left to Right: D. Benjamin, G. Fay, E. Watson, I. Mirman, D. Culberson, D. Hickman, J. Waldorf, Y. Whitehurst, 

Parker, S. Deemer, J. Skidmore, G. Wills. Girls, Seated: S. Harrison, N. S. Williams, S. Pate. 



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VARIETY IN ENTERTAINMENT 













GIRLS' CHORUS: First Row, Left to Right: J. BaUance, L. CampbeU, D. 
Wallace, A. Farless, S. Hogan, K. Lips, K. Burris, E. HoUey, L. Goodson, 
C. Bowman, S. Dalzell, K. O'Malley, K. Ness, D. Jones, S. Gobel. Second 
Row: D. Cespedes, S. Wier, L. Shelby, G. Herndon, M. Shelton, M. 
Adcock, G. Hall, D. Sykes, S. Hairell, S. Harrington, G. Green, B. Harris. 
Third Row: B. Teller, P. Bartley, J. Simms, J. Dodds, L. Snyder, D. 
Suggs, K. Griffin, L. Addabo, D. Strout, P. Wilkinson, S. Cande, D. 



Milburn, S. May, D. Crouch. Fourth Row: H. Ore, J. Lentz, J. Stadler, J. 
Harrison, C. Eger, D. Bivians, S. Cutchins, K. McEvoy, J. Lewallen, D. 
Malone, L. Martin, J. Donnelly, M. Dekker, B. Harcum. Fifth Row: L. 
Bendict, S. Riggs, B. Krahenbill, K. McKnown, V. Sutton, N. Martin, R. 
Thompson, N. Pugh, D. Poyner, P. Oerhli, H. Hartman, G. Tarkenton, M. 
Price, C. Nixon, S. Stone, D. Moore. 



The Princess Anne Choral Department, under the direction 
of Mr. Clark Graves, gives two big concerts each year— one at 
Christmas and one in the Spring, using all singers in the 
department. Auditions are held for both A Cappella Choir and 
Madrigal Singers and each group has displayed much talent. 

The Madrigal Singers are in great demand throughout the 
Tidewater area— on television and for civic organizations. One of 
their outstanding performances was for the lighting of the 
World's Largest Yule Candle at the Norfolk Botanical Gardens. 

The Princess Anne Choral Department is a source of pride to 
the school, community, and faculty. 



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MADRIGALS: Boys Standing, Left to Right: D. Benjamin, G. Fay, E. 
Parker, C. Graves, Director, S. Deemer, J. Skidmore, G. Wills. Giils 
Seated: J. Waldorf, S. Harrison, 1. Mirman, N. Watson, S. Williams, D. 
Hickman, Y. Whitehurst, D. Culberson, S. Pate. 



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HIGH WOODWIND: First Row, Left to Right: 

K. Copely, C. Barkley, D. Waldorf, C. Johnson, 
K. Williams, B. Bailey, C. McKinney, S. Dudley, 
S. Timmerman, R. Freeman, M. Hallenbeck. 
Second Row: L. Gregory, L. Telling, E. Major, 
K. Gallagher, S. Fiery, J. Ingram, R. Dick, D. 
Davenport, W. Garvin. Third Row: J. Warrell, 
V. James, K. Kuzminski, P. Goodman, E. Jones, 
P. Northcraft, M. Carr, J. MiUer, K. MiUer. 




DRUM MAJORS: J. Basgier, K. MiUer. 



HIGH BRASS: First Row, Left to Right: A. Benda, C. Deardon, 
D. McKinney, R. Morrison, G. Dayton. Second Row: R. Apper- 
son, D. Richardson, J. Coleman, J. Gregory, M. Schnieder. Third 
Row: T. Thompson, D. Morehead, R. Schuler, M. Casey, M. 
Roenke, D. Pilley. 



SENIORS: S. Morehead, A. Benda, C. 
Kuzminski, V. Flanagan, L. Teeling, J. Cole- 
man. Second Row: F. Baldwin, E. Mont- 
gomery, D. Midgett, C. McKinney, S. Dunn. 
Third Row: J. Basgier, S. Dudley, J. Peery. 





ALL REGIONAL: First Row, Left to 
Right: B. Bratton, S. Braye, V. Flana- 
gan, L. Teeling, W. Garvin, A. Benda, 
L. Gregory. Second Row: R. McKin- 
ney, E. Majors, F. Baldwin, D. Pilley, 
T. Tunstell, D. Hamilton, J. Ingram. 




LOW WOODWIND: B. Bratton, V. Flanagan, B. Lewis, 
D. Gainor, D. Hamilton. 



LOW BRASS: First Row, Left to Right: J. Batten, W. Marchant, 
J. Basgier, S. Dalzell. Second Row: C. Champagne, G. Messinger, 
A. Fowers, F. Baldwin, M. Dotson, R. Racine. 




BEGINNERS' BAND 




BAND W: First Row, Left to Right: D. Dickson, J. Goff, E. Baikley. Second Row: P. Dodds, B. Zimmer, J. Davis, C. Martin, 
L. Tate, A. Brown, E. Buck, R. Barham. Third Row: R. Ingram, D. Goodman, G. Miller, J. Duff, G. Gayheart, D. Inman, A. 
Munden, R. Cooley. Fourth Row: S. Wilmouth, K. Kelly, D. Smith, C. Harvey, N. Timm, K. Helslay, G. Andrews, H. 
Johnston, D. Cox. Fifth Row: W. Smith, K. Custer, E. Alderman, T. Blackburn, S. Thomas, E. Thompson, S. Parish, R. Keef, 
D. McClenny, L. Doughtie. 




PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE: First Row: D. Clemmons, D. Lively, 
K. Casey, D. Matthews, R. Lawton. Second Row: L. Polhemus, M. 
Moran, M. Miller, B. Leiderman, S. Braye, R. Moore, W. Durkee. 



BAND B: First Row: K. Smith, R. Holt, E. Cooper, B. Bell, F. 
Bufogle. Second Row: S. Shaffer, B. Hughes, D. Wilson, D. Shirey, 
P. Jones, D. Womack, J. Kelly, C. Taylor. Third Row: L. Justice, 
J. Fiery, L. Plisco, K. Ainley, G. Hunter, W. Cavole, D. Vest, N. 
Navjoks. Fourth Row: J. LaRose, R. Early, K. Carr. 



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CAV ALETTES: First Row, Left to Right: M. Giordano, B. Teller, C. DeLaCruz, (Captain,) Mr. E. Stanley, Sponsor, A. BainhiU, (Co-Captain,) 
K. Holzhauser, B. Lehr, G. Ingram. Second Row: D. Kurd, B. Keef, R. Lavois, C. Duff, M. Kohn, Y. Whitehurst, D. Geissler, C. Lebrecht. Third 
Row: C. Wilson, K. Griffin, B. Hooper, R. Norville, S. Roe, J. Foster, S. Edwards, P. Levitt. Fourth Row: P. Middleton, L. Basgier, B. Zimmer, 
J. Taylor, D. Dickson, L. Golden, D. Griffin, J. Commander. Fifth Row: P. Mariono, C. Jones, M. Ellison, D. Baer, S. Massey, S. Elliot, K. 
Shorter, K. Sjogren. Sixth Row: S. Ransone, S. Berger, G. Herndon, E. Lewis, B. Whitely, J. Stephenson, B. Taylor. 



Among the many performances this year for the Marching Cavalettes 
were two competition parades at Hampton and Williamsburg, the annual 
Oyster Bowl Parade in Norfolk, the Homecoming Game Parade at Chowan 
Junior College in Murfreesboro, North Carolina, and the half-time shows 
for all Princess Anne Home football games. This combined unit of one 
hundred and fifty members was inaugurated this year, and is one of the 
few such organizations in the state of Virginia. 




The Majorettes perform during half-time. 




MAJORETTES: Left to Right: P. Northcraft, K. Kuzminski, B. Bailey, B. Bratton, K. Kelly, V. Flanagan. 



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CANDY SALE SPONSORED BY ICC 




ICC: First Row, Left to Right: L. Wilkins, D. Smith, D. Fisher, D. Paschang, N. Wade, J. Touchton. Second Row: N. Permenter, L. Grumbach, 
M. O'Connell, H. Sykes, R. Bourne, D. Samples, J. Ztnsler, B. Harcum. 



The intent of the Inter-Club Council is to co-ordinate the activities of aU school clubs. Each club elects a 
representative to attend the meeting and to report on the activities and problems that particular clubs have 
encountered. The I.C.C. is responsible for the scheduling of all bulletin boards and foyer displays, and this year put 
backing on the bulletin boards. They maintain a calendar of events and showcase for the school. The I.C.C. retains 
its evaluation system for judging the clubs. To benefit the clubs, band, and drill team, the I.C.C. sponsored a candy 
drive. Through donations of I.C.C. sponsored clubs, a scholarship is awarded through the Mike Collins Memorial 
Scholarship Fund, to a Senior Club member who has contributed the most to the club and who is in need of 
financial aid. 




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ICC OFFICERS: S. Marshall, D. Fisher, B. WeUs. 



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ATHENA GIVES PARTY FOR CHILDREN 




ATHENA: First Row, Left to Right: T. Hetzor, R. Hamilton, E. Harris, 
D. O'Connell. Second Row: P. Smith, V. Tulley, E. Stroman, D. Howls, 
P. Goddin, C. Sewell, C. Oenbrink, L. Sparks, B. Downs. Third Row: J. 



Auge, L. Campbell, G. Campbell, J. Jones, J. Thomas, B. Hamilton, A. 
LaRose, S. Sharp. 



Athena Tri-Hi-Y is a service club affiliated with the Y.M.C.A. 
The twenty six girls of the club have worked hard during the 
sununer and school year to achieve their goals. Some of the 
projects this year include taking children from St. Mary's Infant 
Home for a visit to the zoo, observing National Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y 
Week, attending church as a group, working at the Y.M.C.A., 
joining Danny Thomas' march against leukemia, and helping to 
prepare materials for the March of Dimes. For the Christmas 
holiday the club filled Christmas stockings for the men in Viet 
Nam, and went Christmas caroling. Other Athena activities 
include a Valentine's party for needy children, putting up a 
foyer display, entering a float entitled "Romp the Knights" at 
homecoming, and bulletin boards for the second semester. 

Athena has worked to uphold its goals of aiding others 
and bringing all types of people together as one group. 





ATHENA OFFICERS: T. Hetzer, E. Harris, D. O'Connell. Seated: R. 
Hamilton. 




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Athena officers are represented at Homecoming. 



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CAVALIER CLEANS TROPHY CASE 




CAVALIER: First Row, Left to Right: P. Hurd, S. Henderson, S. Smith. Second Row: M. McCuUey, G. AUey, G. Gerloff, L. 
Mahaffey, D. Whitlow. Third Row: J. O'Rourke, F. Marshall, R. Nicholas, W. Wright, B. Pearson, R. Holley, R. Goff, F. Hester. 
Fourth Row: D. Williard, R. Bourne, M. Dunstan, R. Gerloff, B. Stroud, S. Brown, R. Tucker. 




The Cavalier Hi-Y, behind the leadership of 
Gene Gerloff and guidance of Mr. Collins, strives 
to attain recognition throughout the school and 
community as one of Princess Anne's more 
outstanding organizations. Working to achieve 
this goal, Cavalier represented Princess Anne at 
the district Hi-Y-Tri-Hi-Y meetings. The club 
also attends church regularly with Tri-Hi-Y's 
throughout Tidewater. Their service projects 
consisted of cleaning up the school parking lot, 
the trophy case, and making up bulletin boards 
around the school. 



CAVALIER OFFICERS: M. McCuUy, G. AUey, G. Gerloff, D. Whitlow. L. Mahaffey. 



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CORONET SERVES THE COMMUNITY 




CORONET: First Row, Mascots: R. Tucker, T. Altman, T. Fisher, S. 
GetteL Second Row: S. Alexander, S. Lankford, V. Rushing, N. 
Permenter, C. Mays, L. Powell, K. Jones. Third Row: M. White, L. Garris, 
S. Casey, M. Williams, S. Riggs, P. Levitt, M. Joiner, B. Harrell, K. 



Johnson, S. Edmonds, D. Marshall, S. Johnson. Fourth Row: K. Johnson, 
A. Sutton, B. Dunn, K. Verget, S. Boggs, L. Marinelli, N. Wade, L. 
Snyder, D. Gunter, E. Dobrinsky. 



The members of Coronet Tri-Hi-Y both in- 
dividually and collectively serve outstandingly in their 
school and their community. This year the members 
of Coronet have participated in many service projects 
including taking five orphans Christmas shopping, 
serving lunch to forty-eight poverty camp workers, 
contributing to two Christmas projects for needy 
families and co-sponsoring the Candy Cane Ball. 
Coronet is proud to have Christina Morales, our 
foreign exchange student, as an honorary member. 




CORONET OFFICERS: First Row, Left to Right: S. Johnson, K. Mays, N. Permenter, 
S. VanCanagan. Second Row: N. Wade, K. Verget, R. Hogan. Mascots: T. Altman, S. 
Gettel, R. Tucker, T. Fisher. 



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PHILANTHROPIC KEY CLUB 




KEY CLUB: First Row, Left to Right: J. Miller, H. Sykes, Mr. P. Sommers, advisor; G. Gerloff. Second Row: J. Grant, T. Hill, S. Henderson, F. Marshall, 
D. Haxter, R. Bourne, J. Finlayson, S. Benda, R. Brown, J. Fowler. Third Row: S. Brickell, R. Viau, T. Barnes, J. Brant, R. McCullough, M. O'Connell, W. 
McKenzie, W. Wright, D. Schepp, T. Altman, W. Courtney, K. Banks, S. Smith, T. Turner, R. Marchant, J. Basgier, R. Leonard, S. Brown, D. Page. Fourth 
Row: G. AUey, T. Wilson, G. Benson, R. Fletcher, W. Stroud, C. Maddux, K. MiUer, L. Welch, C. Wulzer, D. Samples, D. Williard, R. Brown, D. Forbes, R. 
Fowler, G. Salwasser. 




OFFICERS: J. Miller, Mr. Sommers, Sweetheart C. Donnelly, H. Sykes. 




The Key Club, under the leadership of How- 
ard Sykes and the direction of Mr. Phil Sommers, 
collected S225 for Kiwanis charities during the 
Kiwanis Jazz Festival. The Club published the 
student directory, acted as guides for Orientation 
Day, collected over $100 for ALSAC, and over 
3,000 books for the Peace Corps in Tanzania. 
These projects are the most important of the 
twelve service projects done by the Key Club 
during the first semester. The Club was honored 
by the division by being named to hold the 
Divisional Dance which will honor the Key Club 
Sweetheart chosen from Virginia Beach, Norfolk, 
and Chesapeake. 




OFFICERS: J. MiUer, Mr. Sommers, H. Sykes, G. Gerloff. 



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Operating the book store is a daily function of the Key- 
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QUO VADIS FIRST PLACE SCRAPBOOK 




QUO VADIS: First Row, Mascots: W. Wright, J. O'Rourke, F. Marshall. Second Row, Left to Right: C. Merritt, J. Clark, 
R. Holt, P. Shackelford, H. Huffman, C. Fletcher, K. Young, N. Howard, C. Shackelford, J. Waldorf. 



Under the direction of Miss M. Weathers, 
Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y has done many things 
throughout the year. On October 26, the 
girls attended District Conference at Wilson 
High. The Senior girls were also invited to 
attend a Midshipmen's Dance at Annapolis 
Naval Academy. For Thanksgiving and 
Christmas, they donated food to needy 
families. Also, canned dog and cat food was 
donated to the S.P.C.A. At the Annual 
YMCA Convention in Richmond, the club 
received the coveted ACE AWARD. The 
club placed first with the best scrapbook in 
the district. 




According to Quo Vadis, "P.A. is the greatest" 





Quo Vadis carries out their float idea to "Stop the Knights". 



OFFICERS: C. Merritt, J. Clark, R. Holt, D. Dauer, P. Talbert, D. Sakis. 



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SCEPTER SPONSORS SPIRIT WEEK 




SCEPTER: Fiist Row, Left to Right: P. Cohler, C. Shorts, T. Coleman, A. Archibald, C. 
Archibald, V. James, K. Copley. Second Row: V. Cocken, M. Giordano, B. Peterson, R. Ange, P. 
Jones, B. Bratten, S. Dudley, S. Roe. Third Row: S. Fiery, D. Dickson, J. Commander, C. 
Sjogren, C. Dearden, A. Booher, S. McCoy. Mascot: Fred Akers. 



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The basis of projects this year 
was high standards of Christian 
character. Members visited soldiers 
and made Christmas packages for 
our men overseas. Scepter gave a 
Thanksgiving basket to a needy 
family and conducted "Spirit 
Week" during which members set 
up a foyer display. Scepter held a 
pubUc meeting with a speaker who 
talked on narcotics. 




SCEPTER OFFICERS: Left to Right: P. Jones, J. Coleman, J. 
Moss, S. Roe, B. Bratten, A. Booher. 



Scepter's roadrunner says "Beep- 
Beat the the Knights". 



CHESS CLUB SPONSORS TROPHIES 

The Chess Club is an organization whose members have an interest in the ancient game of chess. The club 
sponsors intra-club competition at all meetings, and fields a team consisting of the top five members who represent 
Princess Anne in matches against area high schools. The 1968-69 team will also sponsor trophies, given to the top 
three players at the end of the year. 



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CHESS CLUB: First Row: D. Lazar, J. Hereford, D. Lazar, M. 
O'Connell. Second Row: W. Williams, B. Frye, T. ElUott, D. 
Possage, D. Barnes, D. Rudy, D, Faison. Third Row: K. 
Osborne, P. Morgan, D. Corliss, R. Grant, P. Baer. 




OFFICERS: M. O'Connell, J. Hereford, D. Lazar, D. Lazar. 



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KEYETTES SPONSOR MISS PRINCESS ANNE 




KEYETTES: First Row, Left to Right: S. Johnson, P. Ziegler, L. Poss, S. 
Marshall, K. Duvall, D. Canaday, S. Cande, K. Johnson. Second Row: R. 
Hogan, C. Donnelly, R. Miller, H. Spence, B. Wells, N. Davis, S. Casey, D. 



Patton, K. Verget, D. Gunter, A. Sutton. Third Row: A. Hoffman, C. 
Crandell, C. Delacruz, N. Permenter, C. Merritt, C. Evick, B. Berg, C. 
Whitten, J. Benner, K. Pearson, D. Hickman, L. Hurdis. 




KEYETTE OFFICERS: L. Poff, P. Ziegler, S. MarshaU, K. DuvaU, D. Canaday, S. Cande. 



Keyettes have filled this year with many service projects. Between 
selling mums, having a foyer display, sponsoring School Spirit Week, 
Keyettes have found time to have parties for underprivileged children. 
Keyettes Homecoming float with the help of Key Club took second 
place. During the holidays they collected canned goods for needy 
families. 

The Keyette Convention was held in the Golden Triangle with 
Princess Anne Keyettes providing the entertainment. The biggest 
project that Keyettes have is the sponsorship of the Miss Princess Anne 
Pageant, one of the most beautiful events of the school year. 




"FA Invades" was the theme for the Keyette-Key Club float. 



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THETA RECEIVES ACE AWARD 




THETA: First Row, Left to Right: J. Touchton, M. Lyman, M. Witham, C. Snyder. Second Row: P. Redman, C. Donnelly, L. 
Snyder, S. Pate. 



Theta Tri-Hi-Y has completed many service projects during the year. 
Mrs. Linda Davis has been their sponsor. Their major project was 
sharing happiness with the aged at the Liberty House Nursing Home 
during HaOoween and Christmas seasons. Another project was that of 
collecting and filling stockings through ALSAC for the men in Viet 
Nam. 

Various fund-raising enterprises were carried on diuing the year, and 
the club was the recipient of the ACE AWARD by the YMCA in the 
spring. 

At the homecoming, Theta 's float was entitled: "I dreamed of 
blacking out the Knights." 





Theta dreams of blacking out the Knights. 



THETA OFFICERS: J. Touchton, M. Lyman, M. Witham, C. 
Snyder. 



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TRINITY SPONSORS SPIRIT WEEK 




TRINITY: First Row, Mascots: H. Sykes, R. Bourne. Second Row, Left to Right: J. Barnett, B. Jones, D. Fisher, C. Vann, L. Wilkins, B. Wells, S. Collins, 
L. Harris. Third Row, Left to Right: P. Burrow, C. Gaskins, D. Moore, M. Retzke, K. Moore, D. Paschang, S. Graves, B. Stublen, B. Snyder, A. Handel, S. 
Smith, D. Smith. Fourth Row: R. Bennett, M. Retzke, P. McCord, S. Grover, M. Clark, B. Marshall, D. Small, C. Griffith, B. Fahey, K. Pearson, M. Russo. 



Throughout the school year, Trinity Tri-Hi-Y, under the direction of Mrs. L. McAfee and Miss C. Martin, sponsors and participates 
in many activities. Members involve themselves in projects benefiting school and community. They sold I.C.C. candy, filled Christmas 
Stockings for men wounded in Viet Nam, brought gifts for men and women in Liberty Nursing Home and collected for the heart fund. 
This year they received a trophy for collecting for the Heart Fund. Also, Trinity members sponsored Smile Week, Spirit Week, and a 
Clean-Up Week to make students take interest in their school. Third place was awarded to Trinity's float at Homecoming. 





Trinity shows pride in P. A. with foyer display. 



TRINITY OFFICERS: B. Jones, B. Wells, L. Wilkins, P. McCord, C. Vann. 



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THESPIANS PRESENT PLAYS 





OFFICERS: Seated: B. Dunham. Standing: D. Knack, C. 
Justice, J. Waldorf. 



DRAMA CLUB: First Row, Left to Right: N. Martin, C. Collins, D. Page. Second Row: 
L. Chuilli, M. Coleman, C. Justice, B. Dunham, J. Waldorf, D. Laughton, M. Mosher. 
Third Row: D. Knack, M. Garrett, L. Harvey. 



The Thespian Society is a national organization that honors students active in drama. In order to be a member one 
must earn ten points by acting or working backstage in dramatic productions. One of the plays presented by the 
Thespians this year was "The Mouse That Roared." The group participated in the District One-Act Play Festival. They 
attended area conferences supervised by professors from the University of Virginia, and they attended dress rehearsals 
and performances at local Little Theaters. 

DEBATE PLACES FIRST IN DISTRICT 



This year the Princess Anne Debate Team has debated the resolution: The 
United States Should Establish a System of Compulsory Service by All Citizens. 
The team has put in many hard hours of research after school to formulate their 
debates. 

The team has traveled to Washington, Great Bridge, Newport News, Baltimore 
and various other places to participate in tournaments. 

Our affirmative team placed first in the district last year and Dennis Morgan 
received the distinction of being the best affirmative debate in the state of 
Virginia. 





Mrs. Heberhng takes driver's seat as Debate 
Team leaves on field trip. 



DEBATE TEAM: Seated, Uft to Right: M. 
O'Connell, J. Williams, L. Mitchell, J. Moss. 
Standing: J. Kelly, R. Fowler, J. Basgier, J. 
Imbert, D. Page, D. Morgan. 



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Y-TEENS CROWN POWDER PUFF KING 




MEMBERS, First Row, Left to Right: S. Nichols, J. Clark, P. Milligan, D. Smith, P. Talbert. Second Row: M. Taylor, L. Geisaka, D. 
Troup, D. Angel, B. Keef, S. Spruill, C. Nixon, A. Baker. Third Row: D. Griffin, L. Golden, K. Hughes, S. Fiery, J. Clancy. 



Under the direction of Miss Lineberry, 
Alpha- Y-Teens sponsored the Powder Puff 
King and they participated in many activi- 
ties. Some of the projects this year included 
sending Christmas boxes to Viet Nam, col- 
lecting food for the S.P.C.A., collecting for 
the United Fund, selling I.C.C. candy, send- 
ing a Thanksgiving basket to a needy famUy 
and making stuffed animals for under- 
privileged children at Christmas. Members 
helped arouse school spirit by wearing gaily- 
decorated spirit hats and they helped the 
nation by sending money to UNICEF. 




Alpha-Y-Teens sponsor Powder Puff King. 




OFFICERS: Left to Right: S. Nichols, J. Clark, P. Milligan, P. Talbert, D. Smith. 



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D E ASSISTS STUDENTS 




DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION: First Row, Left to Right: M. Whitely, W. Stack, A. Hewitt, A. Daniels, B. Taylor, T. Altman, N. Creighton, M. Carrol, D. 
Via, M. Custer. Second Row: R. Taylor, J. Jacquin, J. Hartley, K. Carlson, D. Dion, B. Pierce, G. Cutchins, J. Stampen, S. Steward, N. Pugh, T. West, R. 
Mills. Third Row: D. Hart, G. Smith, C. Wulzer, L. Newburn, B. Price, J. Voss, R. Fentress, J. Harris, W. Adcock, L. Weast, J. McDaniel. 





Presiding over the District Leadership Conference at 
Princess Anne is Phyllis Giles, District I Junior Board 
member. 



Assisting a customer for proper fit is Jay Voss, student- 
salesman for Kinney's Shoes. 



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PREPARE FOR A CAREER 




DE OFFICERS: A. Daniels, M. Carroll, M. Whitely, T. Altman, S. Cavender, B. Taylor. 



Each Distributive Education student enrolled in the high school program is eligible for membership in 
the local DE Club, the Virginia Association of Distributive Education Clubs, and the Distributive Education 
Clubs of America (DECA). 

Since the purposes of the club parallel the purposes of the Distributive Education program itself, the 
club provides an opportunity for leadership development and, at the same time, develops a concept of the 
importance of membership in the professional groups which function in distribution. 






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Mr. Holly, sponsor;!. Altman, president; Mr. Lewis, sponsor. 



Susan Steward's job at Aragona Sunlight Cleaners keeps her 
busy. 



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F.B.L.A. MOTTO: SERVICE, 

EDUCATION, PROGRESS 




FBLA: First Row, Left to Right: J. Lewallen, C. King, P. Magger, P. Davis. Second Row: Mrs. Edmondson, M. Giordana, L. Grumbach, P. 
Tyrrell, D. Little, L. Leiblein. Third Row: M. Brown, J. Melfa, S. Forehand, S. Boggs, B. Hickey, P. Davis. 



Any student not over twenty-one years of age who is regularly enrolled in a business subject or subjects, in public or 
private schools is entitled to become an active member of the Future Business Leaders of America. 

The purpose of this chapter is to extend the student's knowledge in the business world and to develop leadership. 

The motto is "Service, Education, Progress." 

This chapter has programs planned to increase business knowledge and skills, and it participates in regional and state 
conventions with the same purpose in mind. It also helps to promote the Business Department at Princess Anne High School. 













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with a tea. 



FBLA Officers: Seated: J. Melfa. Left to Right: C. King, L. Grumbach, S. Forehand, M. 
Giordano, B. Hickey, D. Little, M. Brown. 



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FHA THEME "NEIGHBORS NEAR AND FAR" 








FUTURE HOMEMAKERS: First Row, Left to Riglit: L. Goodson, M. Arloud, N. Watson, T. Mendoza, K. Wild, C. Morales, D. Crouch, S. Lane. Second 
Row: D. Mills, K. Kretz, L. Byrnes, D. Crouch, C. Lisky, P. Davis, C. Patterson, B. Pinney, S. Sabin, P. Rogan, S. Leedom, E. Jones, D. Hansley, J. 
Reynolds, L. Sebaible, S. Joyce, S. Willmouth. Third Row: B. Simmons, M. Marshburn, J. Bjorkman, L. Barnish, D. Midgett, B. Collins, M. Mather, J. 
Butler, R. Alwine, S. Hardy, M. Slate, B. Grimstead, B. Caron, A. Biggs, P. Moran, R. Kary, R. Kingsbury, D. Darst. 



The Future Homemakers of America, under the 
supervision of Mrs. Spencer had a busy and successful 
year. The theme, "Neighbors Near and Far" was carried 
out by having speakers from different countries attend 
the meetings, by teaching the girls about foreign 
countries, foods and their customs. A food basket was 
given to a needy family at Thanksgiving and members 
went caroling at Christmas. The members also had a 
party for the children at St. Mary's Infant Home. 

Mrs. Rachel Lawson, lower left, representative of a 
garment manufacturing company, spoke to the club 
about her experiences during an International Exposi- 
tion in the Iron Curtain countries. 





FHA OFFICERS: Seated: Mrs. Spencer, sponsor; D. Weaver, J. Cyrus, B. Holcomb, 
S. Phillippi. Standing: C. Whitten, P. Prentiss. 




FHA invites guest speaker. 



FHA officers ride in Homecoming Parade. 



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FNA AWARDS SCHOLARSHIP 




FUTURE NURSES: First Row, Left to Right: D. Meitzler, B. Harcum, S. Maher, T. Knox, K. Drews, 
C. Morales. Second Row: C. FrizzeU, C. Duff, P. Nickerson, S. Edwards, T. Sokol, B. Parks, J. 
WilUams, E. Taylor, P. Baer. Third Row: D. Yoder, D. Buchanan, S. Moorehead, A. BarnhiU, R. 
Norville, R. Lavoie. 



The purpose of the Future Nurses of America is to unite girls who have an interest in the medical profession. 

The club takes various trips to hospitals and musing schools such as Norfolk General, De Paul, University of 
Virginia, and the Medical College of Virginia. Also, speakers from the various schools come to talk to the members. 

Service projects are a part of the club also. Collecting food for a needy famUy and visiting elderly people at a 
musing home are projects in which all members participate. 

Diuing the year the club has social events which everyone enjoys. At the end of the year a one hundred dollar 
scholarship is given to a most worthy member. Officers for the coming year are installed at the annual 
Mother-Daughter Banquet. 





FNA is represented at homecoming by their officers. 



FNA OFFICERS: Seated: Mrs. Burns. Left to Right: S. Moorehead, R. 
Norville, D. Yoder, R. Lavoie, A. Barnhill, D. Buchanan. 



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FNHS PLACES FIRST IN DOOR COMPETITION 




FNHS: Fiist Row: J. Zinsler, R. Hogan, J. Miller. Second Row: M. Butler, B. Frye, A. Pillow, J. Whitaker, D. Buchanan, A. Butler. Third Row: A. 
Hoffman, L. Hurdis, A. Hoover, P. Ziegler, M. Giordano, N. Watson, V. Stone. 



The French National Honor Society, under the direction of Mrs. S. Boyd and Miss 
A. Bennett, is an elite group for French Honor Students. Stimulating and promoting 
an interest in the customs and language of French-speaking countries has always been 
the central idea behind the club's activities. Speakers, films, and student presentations 
of projects stimulated much interest in the French cultiu-e and humanity. Christmas 
was celebrated with festivities following French customs. A Christmas dinner was 
coUected for a needy family. Also, the club took first place in the S.C.A. Christmas 
Door Competition. At Easter, a service project was given to help underprivileged 
children. A Mardi Gras celebration welcomed new members for the 1968-1969 school 
year. An annual French banquet was held in the spring terminating a successful year. 





FNHS OFFICERS: J. Zinsler, R. Hogan, J. Miller. 



FNHS places first in door competition. 



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JUNIOR CIVITAN CONTRIBUTES 




JUNIOR CIVITAN: First Row, Left to Right: R. Roenker, C. Smith, D. Ward, S. Deemer, 
G. Ahles. Second Row: L. Powell, K. Mays, J. Miller, T. Meredith, B. Price, P. McCord, P. 
Middleton, Mrs. Waid. Third Row: P. Shuler, P. Smith, S. Self, T. Hetzer, K. Young, K. 
Drews, W. Courtney, K. Osborne, W. Samples, J. Zinsler, D. Patton, S. David, S. Marshall, D. 
O'Connell, A. Gillie. Fourth Row: P. Burrow, M. Clifton, S. Daugherty, R. Liskovec, W. 
Foy, R. Holley, G. Olson, F. Baldwin, G. Blumenstein, Y. Lambdin, K. Carper, D. 
Blackstock. 



The Junior Civitan Creed was proclaimed by the Man of GaHlee when he 
declared: "Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so 
to them." This creed is carried out to the fullest extent as Junior Civitans 
strive to make it pay dividends both material and spiritual, to bridge with it 
the road to better understanding between faculty, sponsor and student, and 
to build it a finer and nobler citizenship. 



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Junior Civitan says, "Eat up the Marlins". 



Junior Civitan, under the supervision of Mrs. 
Helen Waid and the direction of President Teri 
Meredith, began the year by building the float 
that won first place in the CavaUer's 1968 
Homecoming. 

The club has served P.A. this year by: painting 
a monthly calendar of all school events which is 
prominently displayed in the foyer, maintaining 
a corridor bulletin board with inspirational themes, 
contributing to the SCA scholarship and 
foreign exchange programs, cleaning the school's 
trophies and case, ushering for die auditorium 
events, and constructing a foyer display. 



OFFICERS: Left to Right: K. Mays, T. Meredith, J. MUler, W. Price, P. McCord. 



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TO RETARDED CHILDREN'S FUND 




Seated: Left to Right: J. Miller, K. Osborne, S. Daugherty, C. Smith. Standing: P. Smith, K. Drews, Y. Lambden, T. Fox, P. Mintz, F. 
Baldwin, R. Liskovec, K. Franklin, P. Blankenship, D. Kingsbury, K. Carper, J. Millirons, D. O'Connell, T. Hetzer, B. Clark, N. Clifton. 




The Civitans worked throughout the summer to raise 
money for their yearly programs. They augmented these 
funds by selling a considerable amount of candy in the 
project sponsored by the ICC. Civitans held their annual fruit 
cake sale in November for the Virginia Beach Senior Club. 

The proceeds from all money-raising projects will go 
largely toward an annual cash contribution to the District 
Retarded Children's Fund and their own Annual Civitan Club 
Scholarship which is presented to a graduating club member. 
In the spring, the Princess Anne Chapter was host club at the 
annual district convention held at the Cavalier Hotel in 
Virginia Beach. 



Junior Civitan float takes first place. 



Service to the community is not neglected. Liberty House 
Nursing Home residents were entertained at Christmas and 
Easter. On November 9, a cooperative "rake-in", organized 
by Teri Meredith for all Junior Civitans in the Chesapeake 
District, combined with entertainment and barbecue, was 
staged at Camp Civitan. 

Although service is their motto, the Princess Anne 
Civitans are never too busy for an occasional beach outing, a 
mid-winter pool party, a very impressive induction and 
reception for new members, or a banquet complete with 
awards at the end of the year. Junior Civitan at P.A. is on the 
move! 




Left to Right: K. Drews, Y. Lambden, T. Fox, R. Liskovec, F. Baldwin, 
K. Franklin. 



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F.T. A. MEMBERS TUTOR FELLOW STUDENTS 




FTA Members: Left to Rig^t, Seated: A. Forrell, N. Wade, C. Shorts, D. Cespedes, N. Howard, C. Archibald, A. Archibald. Second Row: S. 

Cartwright, P. Blake, D. Purdin, K. Hurdis, L. Harvey, L. Garris, L. Hurdis, T. Altman, A. Hoover, B. Hooper, R. Nunnally, A. Cinnamin, L. 
Nordberg, I. Mirman. Third Row: J. Englett, D. O'Connell, M. Shelby, A. Butler, M. Sellers, C. Delacruz, V. Rushing, P. Levitt, S. Alexander, 
M. Butler, R. Hamilton, L. Walker. 

The Future Teachers of America motivates its members on the profession of education. The 
members visit many of Virginia's leading colleges such as Longwood, William and Mary and 
Mary Washington. The members tutor any student who needs aid in his subjects. F.T.A. 
members also honor the Princess Anne teachers and assist in their classrooms; the teachers' 
lounges are furnished frequently with fresh baked goods. Speakers are invited to club meetings 
to explain, exchange, and encourage students who plan to enter the teaching profession. 
Among the many club activities, F.T.A. eagerly participates in Homecoming, candy sales, and 
I.C.C. projects. Hard work and fun are plentiful in F.T.A. while it rears the country's "future 
teachers". 





Members listen carefully during FTA meeting conducted by Nancy Wade, President. 



FTA OFFICERS: Left to Right: N. Wade, C. Shorts, T. 
Altman, Mascot; A. Archibald, N. Howard. Center: D. 
Cespedes. 



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GAA SPONSORS POWDER PUFF GAME 



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GAA: First Row, Left to Right: E. Benjamin, L. Snyder, S. Candle, S. Snyder, F. Liskovec, L. Sparks, D. Sakis, I. Smith, K. Sjogren. Second 
Row: S. Self, L. Crawford, K. Gainor, N. Davis, R. Marshall, C. Griffith, S. Maurice, J. Morris, V. Stone, D. Hughes, T. Hughes, K. Draper, H. 
Hartman, D. Thomas, E. Buck, J. O'Rourk, S. May, L. Grumbeck, L. Grumbach. Third Row: K. Williams, D. Dauer, P. Shackelford, G. Collins, 
K. Merritt, H. Lubinov, M. Clark, N. Chevalier, C. Robinson, B. Pfitzer, A. Pillow, D. Strout, D. Paschang, K. Hughes, A. Porterfield, K. 
Matthews, J. Taylor, J. Coleman. 

The Girls' Athletic Association strives to promote good sportsmanship and greater participation in athletic activities. Miss 
Lydane, the club's sponsor, supports these attitudes both in her classes and at club meetings. 

The club sponsored the annual Powder Puff game and both of the student-faculty games. The club bought hockey 
uniforms for the Varsity Hockey Team and other equipment. This year the association is giving two one-hundred dollar 
scholarships to two graduating seniors in the club. They also contributed money to the Mike Collins Memorial Scholarship 
Fund. This year the club is giving letters for attending both business and activity meetings and participating in extracurricular 
athletic activities. 

G.A.A. takes pride in its many accomplishments. 



Norma Nacis rushes toward the goal in game sponsored by the GAA. 





GAA OFFICERS: First Row: F. Liskovec, D. Sakis. Second 
Row: S. Cande, L. Sparks. Third Row: L. Snyder, S. 
Snyder, E. Smith. 



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BIBLE CLUB PROMOTES BLOODMOBILE DRIVE 




OFFICERS: First Row, Left to Right: D. Yoder, W. Priest, 
E. Taylor. Second Row: B. Harcum. 



The Princess Anne Bible Club under the leadership of Mr. Francis Collier 
strives to promote Christian fellowship throughout Princess Anne halls. As 
service projects, the club once again sponsored the Red Cross Bloodmobile 
Drive and sponsored devotions throughout pre-holiday weeks. On Monday 
mornings, the club also held devotions in the school cafeteria. All students 
and faculty were invited to attend these sessions. 



BIBLE CLUB: Left to Right: B. Harcum, 
S. Fremd, D. Yoder, K. Ainley, W. Priest, 
E. Taylor, B. McCuUough. 




LANGUAGE CLUB DONATES TO JOY FUND 




OFFICERS: First Row: I. Mirman, N. 
Thompson. Second Row: P. Mosher, H. 
Liverman. 



The Language Club seeks to inform other students studying the several 
languages of the customs and cultures of other countries. Under the supervision 
of Miss R. Lonitz, the club visits restaurants which serve food from various 
countries. Guest speakers attended meetings and spoke to members after slides 
were shown to illustrate the speaker's topic. This year, the club donated 
twenty -five dollars to the Norfolk Christmas Joy Fund. 




LANGUAGE CLUB: First Row: I. Mirman, H. Liverman, P. Mosher. Second Row: D. Buchanan, E. Verner, 
M. Ennis, M. Schimmel, A. Flowers, T. Turner, B. Manby, C. Morales. 



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VARSITY 
CLUB 

SELECTS 
GOATS 



VARSITY CLUB: First Row, Left to Right: G. Logan, J. Horton, C. Sakis, R. McBumey,( 

Second Row: S. Henderson, D. Baxter, T. West, M. Dunstan, M. Bagly, S. Whitlow, M. Jones. Third Row: 

T. Salch, D. Taylor, M. Wheeler, B. Gerloff, B. Pearson. 



Establishing a solid relationship between the athletes and 
the coaches as well as with other athletes is the main 
objective of the Varsity Club. Athletes who enter the 
Varsity Club must have lettered in any of the varsity sports 
in which Princess Anne participates. 

The Varsity Club operates the concession stand and shoe 
check for all school activities in the gym, awards letters to 
Varsity Athletes, provides cars for the Homecoming Court, 
and sponsors the annual Geek Week and Geek Week Dance. 




OFFICERS: Left to Rig^t: D. Haxter, J. Horton, B. Gerloff, B. Pearson, C. 
Sakis, M. Dunstan. 




VARSITY CLUB GOATS: First Row, Left to Right: L. Welch, W. Courtney, V. Sykes, F. Hester, R. Haines, D. 
Schuler, J. Ahles, T. Baker. Second Row: M. McCully, F. White, T. Altman, G. Bishop, L. Mahaffey, R. Roenker, 
D. Allen, W. McDonald. Third Row: J. Miller, G. Olsen, B. HoUey, C. Maddox, E. Diehl, S. Brown, W. Godley, 
M. Newbem, D. Rogers . J. Pulley . G. Oxx. 



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THE 1968 VARSITY 




Coach Grady can still smile after a hard fought 
season. 




Line coach Habit, Backfield coach Haglan and 
Head coach Grady. 




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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. First Row, L. to R.: E. Waff, D. King, C. Sakis, J. Morton, M. 
Dunstan, S. Brown, R. Gerloff, B. Pearson, W. Courtney, L. Welch, C. Maddux, J. Ahles, T. Baker, 
T. Altman. Second Row: F. Hester, D. Shuler, R. Haines, D. Haxter, J. Clancy, D. Rogers, J. Pulley, 




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Cavalier Co-Captains: Robert Gerloff and Biff Pearson. 



Cavalier giidders and coaches watch a game with mixed emotions. 




FOOTBALL TEAM 






F. White, L. Mahaffey, C. LanFranchi, R. Byrd, D. Allen, M. Newbern, R. Tomlinson. Third Row 

G. Gerloff, G. Downing, P. Kurd, W. Stroud, L. McNeill, F. Weaver, R. Roenker, G. Olson, B 
Holley, E. Diehl, R.Patterson, R. Jones. 

, M:bREBOARD, 

1 ...}... y. ...... I V:. . . . /. . Great Bridge 19 

7 First Colonial 13 

Granby 13 

Maury 27 

Norview 32 

13 KeUam 19 

13 Kempsville 

6 Lake Talylor 14 

6 Bayside 

6 ,. ^ Cox 18 




Coach Habit watches closely as his defensive line 
dissolves an opponent Une. 




Coach Haglan contemplates how well his offen- 
sive backs came through. 




DEFENSIVE TEAM, First Row, L to R: J. Horton, R. Gerloff, D. Rogers, G. Olson, D. Allen, S. Brown, L. Welch. Second Row: B. Pearson, R. Byrd, E. Diehl, S. 
Barlow. 



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Bob Gerloff signals a touchdown. 



Team Physician: Doctor Garrison 



Trainer: Mr. Frank Peele 



OFFENSE 




OFFENSIVE TEAM, First Row, Left to Right: G. Gerloff, S. Brown, J. Keller. R. Gerloff. M. Dunston. Second Row: R. Byrd, sTflarlow, J. Ahles, D. King. C. Sakis, 
B. Pearson. 



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WILDCATS BREAK 17- GAME WINNING STREAK 



Princess Anne traveled to Great Bridge for her first game of 
the season, where the Wildcats gained their revenge by snapping 
the Cavaliers' 17-game winning streak. The Cavaliers fought hard 
to gain win number eighteen, but a see-saw game provided for a 
final score of 19-7. 



Princess Anne drove 50 yards for its only score midway 
through the last quarter. David Haxter made the six points on a 
one-yard dive into the left side, and a Patterson kick raised 
P.A.'s score to 7. The Wildcats held a tight offense, as this was 
the first time the Cavaliers had penetrated the Great Bridge 45. 





Pearson gains yardage around right end. 




Fred White and David Allen close the gap on a Wildcat ballcarrier. 

PATRIOTS INCH BY P. A. 

The Cavaliers met the First Colonial Patriots for Princess 
Anne's home opener. In what was a slow game the first half, 
both teams picked up in a fight to the finish. 

The Patriots scored first, with runs of 66 and 10 yards in the 
third period. The Cavalier touchdown came with 9:48 minutes 
remaining. Quarterback Eddie Diehl unloaded a 49-yard bomb 
to split end Lewis Welch, capping a 10-yard drive. 

The determined Cavaliers kept a crowd of 10,000 on their 
feet in the last period, threatening the Patriot goal twice. After a 
1 5-yard penalty against First Colonial, the Cavaliers advanced to 
the Patriot 9. However, First Colonial held on the fourth down. 

With minutes remaining, Fletcher Hester hit Don King with a 
pass at the Patriot 24. Diehl then found King open, but the pass 
fell incomplete. When the clock stopped, the score remained 
13-7. 



Gene Gerloff puts the squeeze on a F.C. Patriot (above) 
Richard Byrd heads for the goal (ri^t) 






This Comet streaks no more as he is pulled 
down by the seat of his pants. 



Gene Gerloff and David Haxter shoot down their Pilot. 



GRANBY, MAURY, NORVIEW 

DISMOUNT CAVALIERS 




Princess Anne was thrown for three straight shut-outs by 
Granby, Maury and Norview respectively. The visitors in 
these home games over-powered the Cavaliers defense by 
gaining an average of 295 yards per game. However, the 
Cavaliers had the lowest average of penalized yards. 

Granby first scored in the first period off a Bob Gerloff 
punt on the Comet 47 and went for the touchdown. The 
Cavaliers led a third quarter drive to the Comet 1 2 but was 
ended by an interception. Fullback Wayne Godley led the 
Cavaliers with 23 yards out of 43 gained on the ground. 
The end result was 13-0. 



Hester leaves a Commodore in the dust. 





Barlow evades would-be Norview tackier. 



The Cavalier offense was stifled for the first three quarters 
as the Maury Commodores racked up 20 points. Their 
touchdown opener was early in the second period when they 
blocked a Diehl punt deep in Cavalier territory. The 
Commodores scored three more times in the same period. 
Maury kept an upper hand on Princess Anne, not allowing 
the Cavaliers to tlireaten the Commodore goal at any time and 
producing a final score of 27-0. 

The Norview Pilots avenged their '67 loss from the 
Cavaliers through their quick defense. The Cavaliers gained 
only twenty yards on the ground, eighty yards in the air. A 
Pilot sophomore opened the game's scoring with a 42-yard 
run capping a 79-yard Norview drive. It was difficult for the 
Cavaliers to stop the Pilots as they zoomed across the field 
gaining yardage and points. Princess Anne's greatest threat 
came with less than a minute remaining when the Cavaliers 
fought to the Pilot goal to break the shut-out. However, the 
ball was lost on a fumble, and the score remained 32-0. 




Fletcher Hester leads Ray Roenker around right end. 





Steve Barlow streaks by Knights for 6 points. 

HOMECOMING MARRED 
BY NARROW MARGIN 



The high spirits and gaiety of Homecoming were 
complemented by one of the Cavaliers' best fought 
games of the season. The Cavaliers started strong with 
Eddie Diehl and Steve Barlow each scoring once in 
the first two quarters respectively. Bob Patterson 
scored the extra point to add to Diehl's six. 

An aroused Kellam team charged back in the 
second half scoring three touchdowns. Midway 
through the final quarter, Kellam drove 85 yards to 
score the clincher which kept Princess Anne's Home- 
coming crowd of 5,000 standing throughout the last 
period. 

The deciding score came late in the fourth quarter 
when a Kellam pass hit John Grady. The Cavaliers 
threatened to pull the game out by advancing to the 
Knight's 1 5 with less than a minute remaining. But an 
Eddie Diehl pass was intercepted to kill the threat, 
yielding Princess Anne's first Homecoming loss of 19 
to 13. 




Coach Grady sends Don King in with strict instructions. 





Rod Tomlinson gathers in the pass as a Mailin attempts 
an inteiception. 



Fied Weaver, Jerry Ahles and David Haxter have the situation under control. 



CAVALI 




LANK BAYS 



Q Princess Anne, sparked by the running of Robert Haines, -pv^/L^ 
aefeated KempsvUle 13-0 for its first victory of the season, ^o 

Haines broke loose for two touchdowns on runs of_3^_>^0^ 
and 20 yards and flnished with 163 yards in 20 carries. 
Midway in the second quarter, EL A. got going with a C 

73-yard scoring march climaxed -by Haines 24-yard^taU.y on 
a sweep around right end. VVitl^ Haine§,i^oV^i^^(jlj€rbSll 45 
yards downfield, Princess Anne^aited but one more play 
before giving to Haines again \whQS^ept the (fihaJ^2Q yards,, 
around left end. C'^^'~ C'>^^ 

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p. A.'s defensive front, led by- 
threw Kempsville's quarterback ten times 
56 yards. A quick Cavalier defense/allowed thdiOhiefs bi 
35 total yardage gained. C3^-<^5~^^ J^~^V/}'^ 

Fred Weaver scored a touchdown on his first ran froni 
scrimmage, giving Princess Anne a 6-0 victory over hapless 
Bayside. The defen^vp. battle /prgdu^ed only 126 yards in . 
total offense. <^->^J)^y^ ^-Aj^^^^^ "—-^-A/Cy^ 

Princess Anne pickeoup only *49 yards /sn attjujMDut 
capitalized on its best chance. AJf^p'^{isl^ingy^ay™Ie^ac|0 
from its 20 to the 3, the Cavalierstook the eiisum^^ 
the Marlin 35. Eddie Diehl completed a 15 yard pass to 
Welch. On the next play, a pass interference call against 
Bayside advanced the ball to the 10 yard line. Robert 
Haines carried to the 6, Diehl to the 2, and then Weaverv 
took it over. <^fl^ 

An alert Cavalier offense closesHlelTdle and a Marlin ballcarrier. 



^' JR.. CAVALIERS JffiTOUGH SEASON 




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JR. VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM, First Row, L to R: K. Rogers, M. Jones, D. Holt, K. Ahles, G. Oxx, J. Canaday, M. Callan, M. Wright. 
Second Row: P. Cavey, R. Mulhearn, R. Evans, R. Oshel, K. Allen, D. Terry, R. Jones. Third Row: B. Johnson, J. Mattson, R. Basgier, J. 
Roenker, S. Nixon, E. Rucko. Fourth Row: R. Shuler, R. Parker, R. Walls, G. Downingjfl^^^^^^ P. Lanteigne, M. Tanner Fifth Row: 
Coach Davis, Coach Van Benschoten. 





SCOREBOARD 

PAO Kellam 12 

PA Va. Beach 13 

PA 6 Bayside 1 2 

PA 12 Kempsville 8 

PA 6 Kellam 13 




Co-Captain Alan Strange 



Co-Captain David Van Petten 



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SCOREBOARD 

PA First Colonial 7 

PA ; Granby 7 

PA 7 Kellam 

PA 7 Lake Taylor 

PA 13 Great Bridge 19 

PA 6 Norview 13 

PA 13 Cox 

PA 14 Bayside 




Co-Captain, George Oxx 



Co-Captain, Ken Ahles 




Coach Moosha 



JUNIOR J. V.'S STARTED AT P. A 




JUNIOR J.V. FOOTBALL. First Row, Left to Right: G. Tuell, D. Allen, T. Eason, D. Van Petten, A. Strange, M. Fisher, T. Butts, B. Frye. 
Second Row: D. Parker, R. Swan, D. Garrison, D. Rudy, D. Meade, W. Wells. Third Row: S. Mishkotski, S. Duff, A. Evans, M. Haines, L Miller, 
M. Cando, P. Lavoif. Fourth Row: M. Campbell, J. Peccia, A. Chewning, R. Cooley, M. Taft, J. Dotson, M. Jones. 



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CROSS COUNTRY PLACES FOURTH IN DISTRICT 




CROSS COUNTRY TEAM, Left to Right: J. Bell, F. Akers, D. Hamilton, J. Callan, D. Pilley, K. 
Miller, G. Logan, A. Want, R. McCullough, R. Anderson, M. Williams. 



SCOREBOARD 



PA 26»/2 First Colonial 30i/2 

PA 19 KempsvUle 36 

PA 29 Kellam 28 

PA 29 Maury 26 

PA 29 Granby 28 

PA 25 Lake Taylor 30 

PA 31 Bayside 28 

District Meet: Glen Logan won first place and led PA 

to fourth place for team honors. 

Regional Meet: Glen Logan placed fourth while PA 

ranked tenth as a team. 

State Meet: With a time of 12 minutes 35 seconds 

over the hilly 2.6 mile course at Williamsburg, Glen 

Logan captured flfth place. 



Captain Glen Logan and Coach Sandler. 



Plagued by injuries, this year's Cross Country Team 
fought its way to a dual meet record of three wins and 
four losses. Then, the mighty Cavaliers pulled a typical 
surprise comeback by placing fourth in the District Meet 
and then tenth in the Regional Meet. During the regular 
season, Glen Logan was PA's first runner across the finish 
line. He also won first place in the District Meet, fourth 
place in the Regional Meet, and fifth in State. 

Outstanding runners on the team were Glen Logan, 
Tony West, Robert McCullough, Fred Akers, Alan Want, 
and Douglas Pilley. 



Glen Logan leads Cross Country Team in practice. 




CROSS COUNTRY LETTERMEN, Left to Right: Robert McCul 
lough, Alan Want, Douglas Pilley, Glen Logan, Fred Akers. 



INDOOR TRACK SIXTH IN DISTRICT 




Coach Dennis Haglan. 



SCOREBOARD 

PA 57 Granby 61 

PA 68 KeUam 50 

PA 51 Cox 65 Bayside 32 

District Meet— 

PA ranked sixth place with 14/2 points. 

State Meet- 
Glen Logan took fifth place in the two-mile. 



Bill Harrell perfects hurdling form. 



INDOOR TRACK TEAM, First Row, Left to Right: C. Shaffer, A. Zielske, M. Williams, R. Jones, G. Oxx, G. 
Logan, S. Smith, M. Bagley, R. Evans, H. Banman. Second Row: D. Berglund, J. Kelsay, J. Canaday, W. 
Shoemaker, W. Barnett, M. Harrell, F. Akers, M. Elza. Third Row: K. Miller, G. Weber, C. Samples, R. 
Neidlinger, R. LeDew, A. West. Fourth Row: S. Hobbs, J. DuvaU, V. Wilson, M. Smith, R. Byrd, P. 
Lanteigne, A. Want. Fifth Row: R. Basgier, B. Harrell, B. Cywin, D. Schuler, R. Haines, B. Estes, C. 
LanFranchi, R. Anderson. 



Though this year's Indoor Track Team did not always reap the grains of 
glory, neither did it meet with utter disaster. Some of the top runners this 
season were: Glen Logan, captain of the team, Fred Akers, Charles 
LanFranchi, Tony West, Mike Elza, and Bill Harrell. 

Elza, who placed fourth in the 880 in the District Track Meet also 
competed in the Virginia Indoor Track and Field Meet. Another top runner 
in the State Meet was Glen Logan, who shattered the District two-mile 
record by 14.1 seconds. 

P.A. placed sixth in the District Meet held at Frederick College. In the 
State Indoor Meet held at V.M.I. , Glen Logan placed fifth with a time of 
10: 13, a new PA indoor record for the two-mile. 





INDOOR TRACK LETTERMEN, First Row, Left to Right: R. Jones, W. Barnett, 
F. Akers, G. Oxx. Second Row: R. Byrd, A. West, M. Elza, G. Logan. Third Row: 
B. Harrell, B. Cywin, C. LanFranchi. Fourth Row: D. Schuler, R. Haines, B. Estes. 



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SPRING TRACK COMPLETES 




SPRING TRACK TEAM, First Row, Left to Right: G. Logan, M. Williams, W. Shoemaker, F. Akers, R. Neidhnger, A. Want, D. Zeigelbein, 
M. Bagley. Second Row: M. McDonald, R. LeDew, S. Smith, G. Olson, D. Berglund, M. Elza. Third Row: D. Enroughty, L. McNeil, B. 
Lanteigne, W. Miles, H. George, G. Ambrose. Fourth Row: C. Lanfranchi, B. Harrell, M. Smith, J. Callan, P. Lanteigne, D. Pilley. Fifth 
Row: W. Cywin, G. Oxx, J. Pulley, D. Shuler, R. Haines. 



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Sprinters perfect gun-starts. 



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A SUCCESSFUL SEASON 



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SPRING TRACK LETTERMEN, First Row, Left to Right: G. Logan, M. McDonald, D. 
Shuler, R. Haines. Second Row: B. Cywin, M. Elza, G. Oxx. Third Row: C. LanFranchi, F. 
Akers, B. Harreli. 







Marshall Smith displays broadjumping 
form. 




Glen Logan collects pointers from 
Coach Grady. 




Bill Cywin perfects his skills in pole 
vaulting. 




Track Coaches Grady, Haglan, and Habit 
discuss an upcoming meet. 



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SCHEDULE 

April 2 PA First Colonial 

AprU 9 PA Kellam 

April 14 PA Booker T. 

April 16 PA Lake Taylor 

April 23 PA Norview 

AprU 30 PA . Bayside 



Colonial Relays 
Tidewater Meet 
District Relays 
District Meet 
Regional Meet 
State Meet 



April 12 

April 19 

April 26 

May 8 

May 10 

May 16-17 



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VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY TEAM: First Row, Left to Right: J. Benner, S. Maurice, B. Snyder, N. Thompson, V. Moore, D. Fisher, J. Morris, D. Sakis. 
Second Row: B. Litchfield, L. Wilkins, K. Matthews, D. Little, N. Williams, M. Roberts, W. Snyder, P. Jones. Third Row: P. Benner, M. Retzke, L. 
Snyder, S. Snyder, L. Sparks, B. Freeman, K. WilUams, D. Weaver, L. Crouch. 



SCOREBOARD 



PA 3 First Colonial 1 PA Cox 1 

PA 1 Kellam 1 PA Bayside 

PA 1 Bayside PA KeUam 1 

PA Cox 1 PA Warwick 0* 

PA 1 Kempsville 1 PA 3 York 0* 

* Tournament Games 





COACHES: Mrs. D. French, Miss S. Burkhart. 



CO-CAPTAINS: Left to Right: Leanne Snyder, Linda Sparks. 



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PLACES THIRD IN DISTRICT 





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Defending their goal, Kempsville tries to close in on the PA offense. 




Although this was only the second season for the 
Girls' Varsity Field Hockey team, it proved to be a 
very successful one. Under the coaching of Mrs. D. 
French and Miss S. Burkhart, the team went to the 
district tournament at Warwick High School and 
returned victorious in both games. 

As their final achievement, the team placed third 
in the Eastern District. 




Barbara Litchfield dribbles down the field for a goal. 



Action results as the drive is completed. 



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1968 — VARSITY BASKETBALL— 1969 




VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM, First Row, Left to Right: G. Treakle, J. Miller, D. Whitlow, S. Benda. Second Row: M. McCully, D. Maskall, R. 
Michaelson, E. Seiderman, R. Tucker, R. Gerloff, P. Davis, R. Sanderson. 




The Cavalier Varsity Basketball team produced a very fine 
season, posting a 13-6 record and boasting the Virginia Beach 
Championship. 

First-year coach Leo Anthony can look back at this season as 
a fine success. Sticking foremost in the fan's minds are the upset 
victory over previously undefeated and Southern District 
champions Wilson, the 100% shooting percentage in the second 
half of the same game, the skirmish at Maury, and the win over 
an tmdefeated Cox. The cagers' 13-6 record stands as the best 
since 1965. 

With several Varsity players returning next year and the fine 
J.V. team coming up, 1969-70 should bring an exciting 
basketball season along with excellent chances of a District title. 



Co-Captains Skeeter Whitlow and Jerry Miller flank Coach Leo Anthony. 



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SCOREBOARD 

PA 70 ... 7 KempsvUle 61 

PA 83 Kellam 60 

PA 72 Bayside 62 

PA 50 Cox 52 

PA 63 First Colonial 51 

PA 76 Kellam 53 

PA 81 Bayside 67 

PA 58 Maury 85 

PA 62 First Colonial 55 

PA 69 Granby 67 

PA 81 KempsvUle 75 

PA 68 Wilson 53 

PA 57 Lake Taylor 48 

PA 64 Norview 73 

PA 71 Cox 63 

PA 89 Deep Creek 46 

PA 62 Maury 77 

PA 49 Booker T. Washington 74 

Eastern District Tournament 

PA 66 First Colonial 68 



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Ernie "Big E" Seiderman has played a large role in 
the Cavalier's late season surge. 



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Mike McCully breaks through Booker's defense er 



Facing no opposition on a fast break, Mike 
McCully releases one for an easy basket. 



CAGERS TOPPLE 

UNDEFEATED RIVALS; 

WILSON AND COX 




Ricky Michaelson's attempt to sink one is louled as Skeeter Whitlow and Jerry Miller rush in to offer assistance. 



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route for two points. 



Bob Gerloff shows true determination as a puzzled Patriot 
looks on in amazement. 





Skeeter Whitlow lets loose a long shot against Kellam. (All the grace of a ballet 
dancer.) 




Working his way through the opposition's block, Don Maskall is on the way to pick up 
the rebound. 



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Gene Alley closes in faster than a Comet to collect a 
rebound. 



Don Maskall jumps and shoots past a First Colonial defender in 
an attempt to up the Cavalier score by two points. 




Showing true Cavalier determination, Skeeter Whitlow ferociously drives in 
for a lay-up. 



Ricky Michaelsen seldom comes down without the ball. 



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Whenever behind, the Cavaliers never lost hope; even in seldom defeat they were a team to be proud of. 



SUCCESS IS . . . THE 1968 
VARSITY BASKETBALL 
TEAM 



"Big E" Seiderman drops one in for two. 




A Knight makes a feeble effort to try to stop Ricky Michaelsen from laying 
one up. 



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Jerry Miller works his way around a Knight to rush to the aid of 
his fellow cagers. 



The Cavaliers were a hard team to hold. They could always be counted on to 



CAVALIERS DROP 



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Ricky Michaelsen displays his unorthodox shooting style. 




Skeeter Whitlow, outsized by his opponent, makes a game try for two. (left) 
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break away from the competition and hold that lead. 




THRILLER TO MAURY 



There's no blocking Gene Alley as he drives in for a hook shot. 



Don Maskall takes a jump shot as Rudy Tucker awaits the rebound. 




Mike McCully fires one through the hoop, (right) 
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JUNIOR VARSITY. First Row, Left to Right: S. McNulty, W. Smiley, J. Williams, R. Frierson, C. Strange. Second Row: R. Walls, T. Butts, M. Fields, J. 
Alley, M. Ange, M. Jones, R. Grant, J. Menitt, E. Diehl. 



SCOREBOARD 



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PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
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PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 



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67 
73 
58 
71 
49 
69 
59 
69 
68 
50 
49 
44 
59 
72 
70 
53 
81 



Kempsville 33 

Kellam 51 

Bayside 68 

Cox 46 

First Colonial 48 

Kellam 47 

Bayside 43 

Maury 46 

First Colonial 54 

Granby 50 

Kempsville 36 

Wilson 52 

Lake Taylor 43 

Norview 50 

Cox 56 

Deep Creek 48 

Maury 66 

Booker Washington 74 





STARTING FIVE. Left to Right: R. Walls, J. Alley, M. Jones, R. Grant, E. 
Diehl. 



M. Jones tries for two! 



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BASKETBALL 





Commodores watch Grant as he attempts a field goal. 



Walls goes in for a lay-up. 



Under the capable coaching of Mr. Phil Williams the JV 
basketball team completed a successful season with onl/ two 
losses. The enthusiasm and good sportsmanship of tht team 
were a credit to Princess Anne. 





Smiley helps put the Cavahers on the top. 



Fields successfully recovers the ball. 



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VARSITY WRESTLING 




VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM. First Row, Left to Right: D. Brown, S. Henderson, G. Gunter, E. Kelk, R. Lundy, L. Jalbert. Second Row: R. Conken, R. 
Mulheam, W. Wheeler, D. Rogers, T. Baker, G. Dayton. 



The Varsity Wrestling Team started the season with three 
returning lettermen. The season got off to an exciting start 
with a trip to Ariington where the team suffered one loss to 
Yorktown and one upset victory over a strong Washington and 
Lee team. 

Considering the inexperience of this year's team and the 
fact that they were often hard-pressed to overcome teams with 
more experience, the team did very well, and many individual 
team members are to be commended for their efforts. Richard 
Conken, who finished undefeated in his weight class, and 
co-captains Steve Henderson and Willard Wheeler along with 
Don Rogers were standouts. Final Standings were: Won 4, 
Lost 8, Tied 2. 




Ed Kelk exhibits his technique of tying human knots. 




Co-captains Willard Wheeler and Steve Henderson flank Coach Davis. 



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1968-1969 




SCOREBOARD 



PA. 


9 


Yorktown 39 


PA. 


22 


Wash, and Lee 19 


PA. 


11 


First Colonial 3 1 


PA. 


13 


Cox 34 


PA. 


16 


Lake Taylor 28 


P.A. 


26 


Maury 26 


PA. 


19 


Kellam 25 


PA. 


11 


Oscar Smith 32 


PA. 


22 


Wilson 19 


PA. 


29 


Kempsville 18 


PA. 


9 


Norview 33 


PA. 


4 


Churchland 44 


PA. 


22 


Bayside 22 


PA. 


24 


Craddock 21 



Don Rogers and Willard Wheeler demonstrate the top-bottom starting position. 



WEIGHTS 



Brown 

Henderson 

Hunter 

Kelk 

Lundy 

Jalbert 

Conken 

Mulhearn 

Wheeler 

Rogers 

Baker 

Dayton 




The instant-replay setup records the Varsity Grapplers in action. 



Ed Kelk takes hold as he prepares to upset his opponent. 



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VARSITY 

MATMEN 

IN ACTION 




Dennis Brown and Steve Henderson demonstrate the standing position. 




Coaches Sandler and Davis watch a match intently. 



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J. V. GRAPPLERS FINISH 6-6 




JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM. First Row, Left to Right: J. Benjumea, K. Forbush, L. Saunders, B. Tyrrell, T. 
McCuUough. Second Row: B. Spry, M. Mirman, M. Taylor, B. Throckmorton, C. Taylor. 



SCOREBOARD 



PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 
PA 



Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Tied 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Tied 
Won 



First Colonial 

Cox 

Lake Taylor 

Maury 

Kellam 

Oscar Smith 

Wilson 

Kempsville 

Norview 

Churchland 

Bayside 

Craddock 





Joe Benjumea pushes for a pin. 



Captain Loyd Saunders and Coach Sandler. 



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GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 




VARSITY GYMNASTICS. First Row, Left to Right: S. Cande, G. Collins, K. Gainer. 
Second Row: A. Hoffman, D. Hurd, C. Wilson, B. Caron. Third Row: P. Mosher, L. 
Hartman, N. Thompson. 



Girls' Varsity Gymnastics on the high school level was 
begun with two tri-school meets in 1968. Princess Anne 
placed second in both meets. The state competition saw P. A. 
individuals winning firsts, seconds, thirds, fourths, and other 
high places out of a field of 50 and 60 contestants. 

Returning from last year's team are Libby Hartman, who 
placed first in the state all-around competition, Nancy 
Thompson, Susan Cande, and Gaye Collins. 



Libby Hartman shows precision skill in performing a walkover. 





EIGHTH GRADE GYMNASTICS. First Row, Left 
to Right: L. Dick, J. Hoffman. Second Row: N. 
Roberts, A. Robinson, G. Garcia. 



Nancy Thompson executes a hand 
stand dismount on the uneven 
parallel bars. 



TENNIS SQUAD FACES REBUILDING 




TENNIS TEAM, First Row, Left to Right: BiU WUd, Jack Talbert, Chris Holcomb. Second Row: 
Daryl Lane, Gordon Lane, Rob Brown. 



Captain Rob Brown and Coach Wheeler. 



SCHEDULE 



March 28 PA 



.Maury 



April 1 
April 2 



PA Granby 

PA Bayside 



Cox 

PA First Colonial 

PA Norview 

PA Lake Taylor 

April 22 PA Kellam 

April 25 PA Booker T. 

AprU 29 PA Kempsville 



April 8 PA 

AprU 11 

April 15 

AprU 18 





Brown practices his return. 



Talbert drives from the back line. 



Brown grimaces as he smashes the ball to 
his unprepared opponent. 



VARSITY BASEBALL 1968 




VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM 1968, First Row, Left to Right: R. Strickland, B. Saul, M. ^^^rd, W. C ourtney, B. Simmons, B. Lewis. Second Row: Coach 
VanBenschoten, G. Bishop, B. Estes, D. Ward, P. Carpenter, J. Kiefer, S. Whitlow, ^HMHltoH^^. Third Row: M. McCuUy, R. German, K. Deaton, L. 
Welch, J. Beiler,S.Gettle, T.Blake. ^^^^^^^^^^ 




The 1968 Cavalier ball club finished off an excellent season under the fine 
coaching of Mr. Donald VanBenschoten. The team won its second straight 
Eastern District Baseball championship and ranked second in the Regional 
Tournament. 

The Cavalier nine finished the regular season with a 13-3 record, the three 
losses all being 1-run decisions. Strong pitching and as well as a solid defense 
were keynotes all season long. 




Coach Donald VanBenschoten 



Night and day, the Cavaliers went to bat in their trek towards the Eastern District Title. 



136 




Pitcher Ray Strickland exhibits good form as he prepares' to toss 
over another strike-out. 





Another opponent tagged out following fast infield play. 



SCOREBOARD 

PA 6 Granby 7 

PA 7 Cox 1 

PA 4 Maury 2 

PA 2 Bayside 

PA 1 First Colonial 

PA 7 Norview 

PA 2 Granby 1 

PA 5 Kellam 2 

PA 7 Cox 6 

PA 1 Maury 2 

PA 4 Bayside 5 

PA 8 First Colonial 1 

PA 6 KeUam 

PA 7 Norview 3 

PA 1 Granby 

Regional Tournament 

PA 2 James Blair 3 

PA 5 Warwick 8 




Mike Dunstan warms up in the bull pen. 



Bill Simmons appears unbothered by pre-game tension. 



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fence. 



1968 BALL CLUB 
DISTRICT 



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Congratulations are in ordefls the Cavaliers add another victory to 
their record. 




Confidence and optimism are the by-words of the 1968 Varsity Baseball Team. 



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toss. 



CAPTURES 
TITLE 




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Ray Strickland, Bob Lewis and John Kiefer receive a pep talk from Coach VanBenschoten. 



ore the mighty Cavalier pitching. 





Travis Blake is on the ball as he catches 
the signal. 



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Bill Simmons perfects his pitching form. 



PENNANT HOPES SOAR FOR 




Captain Steve Barlow and Coach VanBenschoten. 



VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM, First Row, Left to Right: R. Freeman, J. Beiler, D. Sanderson, S. 
Benda, M. Sweezy, P. Hurd, E. Diehl, W. Courtney, G. Ahles. Second Row: K. Allen, G. Bishop, M. 




SCHEDULE 



Optimism and confidence are shown through the determina- 
tion of Phil Hurd and Steve Barlow during warm-up. 



March 25 PA Cox 

March 28 PA Kempsville 

March 31 PA Kellam 

April 2 PA Bayside 

April 11 PA Maury 

April 15 PA Granby 

April 18 PA Cox 

April 22 PA Kempsville 

April 25 PA First Colonial 

AprU 29 PA Norview 

May 2 PA Lake Taylor 

May 6 PA KeUam 

May 9 PA Booker T. 

May 12 PA Bayside 




In preparation for another season, Mr. Donald VanBenschoten briefs varsity diamondmen on the technique of batting. 



VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM 




Dunstan, S. Barlow, S. Gettle, K. Vosler, L. Mahaffey, R. Walls, R. Roenker, M. McCully, G. Downs, 
! Coach VanBenschoten. 



The 1969 Cavalier Baseball Team prepares its quest for a third 
straight Eastern District championship. This year's team, under the 
coaching of Mr. Donald VanBenschoten, hopes to better last year's 
record and advance to the state championship. 

The team has a good nucleus of material coming back, including 
three lettermen. The list includes Senior outfielder Steve Barlow, 
Senior first baseman Mike McCully, and Junior pitcher Gary Bishop. 
Raising hopes even higher are two transfer lefthanded pitchers, 
Richard Sanderson and Mike Sweezy. Potential threats at the plate, 
this year's round-ballers should provide the needed strength to bring 
another championship to Princess Anne. 



Mike McCully displays the firm stance . 





heavy swing and 



SENIOR TEAM MEMBERS, First Row, Left to Right: Steve Barlow, Mike Sweezy, Wayne 
Courtney. Second Row: John Beiler, Mike Dunstan, Larry Mahaffey, Mike McCully. 




famous PA follow-through. 



VARSITY GOLF 1969 




VARSITY GOLF, Left to Right: Coach Larry Williams, Jay Williams, Brian Backus, Rudy Tucker, Jerry Alley, Tom Fisher, Allan Strange. 



The 1969 Cavalier Golf Team, under the fine coaching ot Mr. 
Phil Williams, appears to be a sure bet to take the District title. 
Headed by Seniors Brian, Backus and Tom Fisher and Rudy 
Tucker, the Cavaliers boast a well balanced squad. With one golfer 
representing each class from eighth to eleventh, Princess Anne 
appears capable of another fine squad and a title next year. 




SCHEDULE 

March 27 Princess Anne, Kempsville, 

and First Colonial at 
Kempsville Meadows. 

April 1 Princess Anne, Lake Taylor, 

and Maury at Stumpy Lake. 

April 10 Princess Anne, Granby, and 

Kellam at White Sands. 

April 17 Princess Anne, Cox, Bayside, 

and Norview at Lake Wright. 



Coatl. 'Aiil;.i;n., I'.W gull pro, read)' tu :,tajl hii downswing and on 
the way to another par game. 



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Rudy Tucker shows excellent form at the top of his backswing and 
hopes for a birdie. 



Jerry Alley caught in the middle of a chip shot. 



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BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE. Seated, Left to Right: D. Page, L. Wilkins, K. Mays, A. Booher, B. McGinty. Standing: D. Whitlow, R. Gerloff, R. Byrd. 

At the end of each school year, the junior class selects outstanding members to 
represent P.A. at the annual American Legion Boys' and Girls' State. Last year the five 
boys were Bob Gerloff, Richard Byrd, Buddy McGinty, Dickie Page and Skeeter 
Whitlow. The girls were Linda Wilins, Anita Booher and Kathy Mays. 

INTRA SCHOOL EXCHANGE 

Through the efforts of the S.C.A. a new program was instituted at P.A. this year 
known as the Intra- School Exchange. Four students from P.A. exchanged a day with 
four students from Lake Taylor High School, and all reported a very worthwhile and 
profitable experience. Representing our school were those pictured below. 

I>fTRA SCHOOL EXCHANGE STUDENTS. Seated, Left to Right: J. Waldorf, L. Wilkins, J. Coleman, P. Ziegler. Standing, J. Miller. 




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JUNIORS VICTORIOUS IN POWDER PUFF 




The Junior girls, under the 
coaching of Mr. Steve Lail, proved 
somewhat too strong for the Senior 
girls in the annual POWDER PUFF 
football game. Despite a vigorous 
passing game by the Seniors, who 
completed the only two aerials of the 
ball game, the Juniors were vic- 
torious by a score of 16-0. The 
Juniors rushed around the ends very 
successfully, and this proved to be 
the deciding factor. Mr. Purcell, the 
Senior coach, is planning for the next 
year. At half-time, the Powder Puff 
King was crowned. 



SENIORS. First Row, Left to Right: D. Cespedes, D. Fox, F. Chobot, L. Geisaka, L. Snyder, K. Draper, 
J. Coleman, B. Stublin, B. Drake, N. Wade, P. Jones. Second Row: L. KeUey, D. Small, F. Liskovec, K. 
Young, S. Edington, S. Maurice, S. Self, K. Donnelly, L. Grumbach, P. Evans. Third Row: Mr. D. Pursell, 
Coach, B. Litchfield, K. Matthews, L. Sparks, J. Morris, S. Grover, K. Sjogren, N. Howard, K. WilUams, J. 
Sokol, K. Verget. 





POWDER PUFF COURT: P. Taylor, L. Welch, D. Smith, B. 
Pearson, P. Talbert, G. Gerloff, D. Troup, D. Page, D. Hughes, B. 
Gerloff. 



The Seniors are set for another play. 




JUNIORS. First Row, Left to Right: S. Cande, D. Sakis, D. Strout, N. Thompson, N. Nacis, T. 
Longanecker, A. Hoffman, M. Lyman, K. Gainor. Second Row: C. Duff, K. Hotzhooser, L. 
Crawford, P. Magger, V. Moore, W. Snyder, D. Angel, T. Abatello, C. Snyder, L. Marinelli. Third 
Row: Mr. S. Lail (Coach), N. Davis, J. Clancy, R. Lavoie, J. Gosset, B. Wells, M. Retzke, P. Milligan, 
M. White, D. Horan. 



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1969 HONOR GRADUATES 




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Cynthia Tyson 
Valedictorian 
As Valedictorian, Cindy has been an active student 
throughout her high school career. She was on the 
P.A. Scholastic Team for six semesters and placed on 
the Tidewater Scholastic Team. She received the 
Outstanding Service Award from the S.C.A., in which 
organization she was publicity chairman for two 
years. Cindy held offices for three years in the 
Scepter Tri-Hi-Y and was voted the Outstanding Girl 
Student of Princess Anne for 1968-1969. In 1968 she 
represented P.A. as an intra-state exchange student. 
She was a member of the S.C.A. Executive Council 
and was President of the National Honor Society. 



Jerry Miller 
Salutatorian 

As Salutatorian, Jerry has participated in many 
extracurricular activities. He was an active member of 
the Cavalier Hi-Y and a member of the Varsity Club. 
In the National Honor Society he was Vice-President, 
and was also Vice-President of the Key Club. Jerry 
was co-captain of the 1968-1969 varsity basketball 
team at Princess Anne. 

He has twice represented the school on the P.A. 
Scholastic Team and he received a letter of commen- 
dation on the National Merit Examination. He was 
chosen P.A.'s Outstanding Male Student for 
1968-1969. 




Rodney Bowles 



Mary Brown Jacqueline Coleman Daniel Collins 



Herbert Courtney 



Steven Daugherty 



Sandra David 




Christine Delacruz 



Sheila Dudley 



Betty Evans 





Linda Geisaka 

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Robert Gerloff 



Frederick Gilsdorf 



Herbert Green 




SIXTY-SIX LEAD THE CLASS 






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Ina Mirman Joe Dee Morris Jane Moss 



Jane Nordberg Pattie Oehrli James Osborne 



Eric Parker 






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Deidra Patton Dana Pillow Laura Pollie Joyce Price Donna Richardson Margaret Riley Sharon Roe 






David Samples Sharon Self Kathleen Sjogren Debbie Jean Smith Patricia Smith Linda Sparks Barbara SpruiU 




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NOT PICTURED: Carmen Lamb, Mary Lionberger, Faith Liskovec, 
Katherine Matthews, Janet Williams. 



George Wilson Thomas Wilson James Zinsler 



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SCHOLASTIC TEAMS 1968-69 




FIRST SEMESTER TEAM: Left to Right: D. Pilley, L. Hurdis, C. Tyson, R. Brugh, D. Parsons, M. Clifton. Not Pictured: D. 

Patton, L. Carlson. 

Each semester the faculty selects eight students for the Princess Anne High School Scholastic Team. 
Major considerations when choosing team members include the grades a student makes, the courses he 
takes, and his character. 

In addition to the school team, Jerry Miller was named one of the senior members to the All-Tidewater 
Scholastic Achievement Team. He competes with other outstanding scholastic team members for a 
scholarship of two thousand dollars, which is presented by the LEDGER STAR, the sponsor of the 
Scholastic Team program. 




SECOND SEMESTER TEAM: Left to Right: D. PiUey, L. Hurdis, C. Tyson, R. Brugh, D. Parsons. Not Pictured: J. Miller, J. 
Boutte. 



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Hl-Q TEAM, Left to Right: David Samples, Jerry Miller, Jackie Coleman, Ken Osborne, Jim Kelly, David Garrison. 

HI-Q TEAM SUPPORTS P.A. IN COMPETITIONS 



Late in the first semester, eight students were chosen on the basis of outstanding scholastic 
achievement to participate in the HI-Q Competition sponsored by WAVY TV, Channel 10. Select- 
ed according to the scores received on TIME and NEWSWEEK magazine tests, were Richard Shafer 
and David Garrison, underclassmen, and seniors Jackie Coleman, Jim Kelly, Jerry Miller, Ken 
Osborne, Deidra Patton, and David Samples. 

To help them prepare for the program, broadcast at 5:30 PM on Sunday, April 6, Mr. E. E. 
Cox, Head of the PA Social Studies Department, practiced the candidates in areas of vital 
importance. In March, the four permanent team members were chosen from the original eight. 
They were David Samples and Ken Osborne in the field of math and science, Deidra Patton in 
language and social studies, and Jackie Coleman in music and arts. Jim Kelley, as alternate, 
presented the story of Princess Anne on the air. The two underclassmen gained invaluable 
experience for the next year by participating in the study sessions. 



151 



NAVAL SCIENCE CADETS FACE 




CORPS OFFICERS: Left to Right: P. Finch, W. Gawthorp, G. Olson, D. Hewitt, L. McGinty, C. Smith, R. Patterson, S. 
Brown, J. Ehrman, D. Samples, Executive Officer; D. Midgette, Corps Commander. 




As Mike Mclntyre holds the mirror, Mike Schimmel 
prepares for an inspection. 




Ken Crawford watches as Chief Helpler measures Buster 
Boatwright for his uniform. 



Putting away their rifles after drill are S. Firebaugh, J. 
Curling, W. Demott and J. Ahles. 




152 



CHALLENGE OF SECOND YEAR 




V.TSto^f ^ f' J*a&-,. fA^^lSnr '':■ .^■'^ -?'?t ■ rjg"^.fw !i " ' ■^■ 



1st PLATOON: Back Row, Left to Right: D. Parsons, S. Gettle, P. Carr, S. White, S. Hawley, ^(flH^, D. 
Benjamin, S. Dail, L. Cressman. Second Row: M. Ganett, R. Kersey, R. Perkins, D. Pfitzer, D. Schmidt, M. Schimmel, 
S. Moore. Third Row: C. Trapp, R. Conklin, M. Mclntyre, R. Sturtevant, J. Hansley. G. Olson, Platoon Commander. 



4th PLATOON: Back Row, Left to Right: R. Walls, H. Davis, W. Taylor, R. Thomashefski, C. Samples, F. MiUer, C. 
Snyder. Second Row: A. Letourneau, B. Burks, T. West, G. Lane, R. Davis, W. Anderson, L. Childress. Front Row: L. 
Foster, D. Oshell, R. Moran, M. Johnston, P. Creighton, M. Cooper. W. Gawthorp, Platoon Commander. 




153 



CADETS PREPARE FOR DRILL. 




3rd PLATOON: First Row, Left to Right: M. Byrd, D. Kelly, D. Ward, C. PineU, S. Firebaugh, J. CurUng, W. Demott, J. 
Ahles. Second Row: J. Tusing, P. Bohanan, J. Vernon, W. Scanlon, F. Wallace, R. Poyner, M. Combs. Third Row: M. Ennis, 
D. Plaster, J. Coats, J. Walls, R. Dick, K. Vosler, J. Murden. C. Smith, Platoon Commander. 



2nd PLATOON: First Row, Left to Right: M. Bagley, P. Finch, J. Miller, R. Ashe, A. Arensen, W. UhL 
Second Row: D. Corliss, B. Daughtery, W. Stier, E. Majors, R. Farnham. Third Row: R. Freeman, R. 
Liscovek, E. Blackmer, T. Stephens, D. Whitlow. S. Brown, Platoon Commander. 




154 



INSPECTION, AND LECTURES 




5th PLATOON: First Row, Left to Right: T. Kennedy, D. Kelley, H. Bamman, K. Rogers, K. Ward, M. Dotson. 
Second Row: D. Mulcare, J. Tietjen, J. Talbert, D. Terry, T. Kelly. Third Row: W. Priest, M. Riggs, L. Rose, D. 
Knapp, W. Taylor, H. Fremd. R. Patterson, Platoon Commander. 



Captain Caton and Chief Hepler inspect the Corps of Cadets. 




155 



P A WELCOMES FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT 




Phillips Gonzales is welcomed by the Sykes family, with whom he resided 
during his visit. 




Phillips talks with Howaid Sykes and his sister, his new American 
family. 




Phillips Gonzales, Princess Anne High's Foreign 
Exchange student, arrived on December 4, 1968. He was 
greeted at the airport by members of the SCA, the Varsity 
cheerleaders, and by Howard Sykes, with whom Phillips 
made his temporary home. 

Phillips is a seventeen year old from Bogota, Colombia. 
In his own family, Phillips lived with five brothers. 

At Princess Anne, Phillips is pursuing a demanding 
curriculum studying United States History, Government, 
Spanish, Speech, and Art. The Senior Class and the entire 
student body at Princess Anne were proud to welcome 
Phillips among them. 




Mr. J. Warren Littleton, principal of the school, greets the new 
student. 



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Phillips has his first taste of the American 
hamburger. 



Princess Anne students make Phillips feci welcome. 



156 




THE MIGHTY CLASS 
OF '69 




Dickie Page 

President 



Jim KeUy 

Vice President 





Susan Woolf 

Secretary 



THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Left to Right: Dickie Page, President; Anita Booher, Treasurer; Jim 
Kelly, Vice President; Susan Woolf, Secretary. Not Pictured: Mr. Lany Williams, Sponsor. 

The Senior year, the end of one life and the beginning of 
another, holds memories of both good and hard times. The last 
year at Princess Anne is one of indecision and enumerable 
experiences which will effect future years as well as the present 
time at Princess Anne. While there are decisions to be made 
concerning careers and the years ahead, there is continuous 
activity surrounding the seniors. Term papers, candy sales, sports, 
prom committees, exams, school spirit movements and class 
projects occupy much of the Senior year. 

After eleven years of struggle and frustration there is nothing 
more meaningful than the status of being a Senior. As June draws 
near, excitement increases and tension reaches a peak with college 
and job interviews close at hand. The anxiously anticipated prom 
comes and goes, leaving even more fond memories of Princess 
Anne in the minds of the seniors. The Baccalaureate Service and 
finally Graduation itself leaves the Seniors with a feeling of 
accomplishment. There is much pride in THE MIGHTY CLASS 
OF 1969. 




Anita Booher 
Treasurer 



157 



CLASS OF '69 ELECTS 





Russell Adams 



Nicki Ahlsted 



Frederick Akers 



Gene W. Alley H. Thomas Altman, Jr. 





Ronald Andrews 



Rosanne Ange 



Michael Appell 



Adair Archibald 



Claire Archibald 




Virginia Arnaldo 



Rhonda Arthur 



Brian Backus 



Frederick Akers: Marcliing Band 2; Scepter 
Tri-Hi-Y Mascot 3, 4; Cross Country 3,4; 
Indoor Track 3,4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4. 

Gene W. Alley: Key Club 3, 4; Cavalier Hi-Y 2, 4, 
Secretary 3; Homecoming Court 4; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4. 

H. Thomas Altman, Jr.: S.C.A. Rep. 2, 3, 4; 
Homeroom Officer 2, 3,4; Steering Com- 
mitttee 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Coronet 
Tri-Hi-Y Mascot 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4; DE 
Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; Varsity Club 4; JV 
Football 2; Varsity Football 2, 4; JV 
Baseball 2; Varsity Baseball 3; JV Basket- 
baU2. 

Rosanne Ange: Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

Adair Archibald: Homeroom Officer 3; Marching 
Band 2; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 
4. 

Claire Archibald: Homeroom Officer 2, 3; March- 
ing Band 2; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; FTA 2, 
3, Treas. 4. 



158 



DICKIE PAGE AS PRESIDENT 




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Susan Bailey 



Robert Bain 



1 A 
Thomas Baker 




Frank Baldwin 



Jeanine Baldwin 






Barbara Ballance 



Janie Ballance 



Michael Bankester 



Kenneth Banks 



John Barber 



Virginia Arnaldo: Quo-Vadis 3, 4. 

Brian Backus: Varsity Golf 4. 

Mary Barber: Alpha- Y-Teens 3,4; FBLA 2. 

Susan Bailey: Girls' Chorus 1 , 2; GAA 2. 

Gary Barnes: S.C.A. representative 2; Chess 

Team 3, 4. 
Jan Bamett: Homeroom Officer 2; Nation?! 

Honor Society 3, 4; Jr. Civitan 2; Trinity 

Tri-Hi-Y 4. 




Mary Barber Barry Barco 



Steve Barlow 



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ENTHUSIASTIC SENIORS 




Gary Barnes 



Thomas Barnes 



Jan Barnett 



Anita Bamhill: S.C.A. representative 2, 4; Home- 
room Officer 2; Steering Committee 2; 
Intra-State Student 3; National Honor 
Society 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Language Club 
2; Future Nurses 3,4. 

Sue Bamhill: S.C.A. representative 4; National 
Honor Society 4; French National Honor 
Society 2, 3; Jr. Civitan 4. 

Lenna Jo Bartley: DE Club 4; FBLA 3. 

William Beamon: Band Council 2; Marching Band 
1 ; Varsity Club 4. 

Allison Benda: Band Council 4; Marching Band 
2, 3, 4; All Regional Band 4; Powder Puff 
Team 3, 4. 

Gary Blumenstein: Jr. Civitan 2, 3, 4. 




Anita Bamhill 



Sue Barnhill 



Lenna Bartley 



Peggy Bartley 



James Basgier 





Cathalina Bateman 



Marsha Bayles 



William Beamon 



Frank Beard 



John Beiler 



160 



SUPPORT CAVALIER TEAMS 



Sylvia Boggs: Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 4; FBLA 4. 

Marcia Bolam: Transfer Student; Scepter Tri-Hi- 
Y4. 

Anita Booher: S.C.A. representative 2; Home- 
room Officer 3 ; Steering Committee 3 ; Jr. 
Civitan 3; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2, Chaplain 3, 
Sec. 4; Candy Cane Court 3; Girls' State. 

Russell Bourne: Homeroom Officer 3; Hi-Y, 
Tri-Hi-Y Council 4; Key Club 3, 4; Cavalier 
Hi-Y 3, 4; JV Wrestling 2; Track 4. 

Gwendolyn Bowdoin: Homeroom Officer 2; 
National Honor Society 4; French National 
Honor Society 2; Jr. Civitan 2, 3. 

Charlotte Bowman: Homeroom Officer 1; Drill 
Team Squad Leader 1 , 2, 3; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 
2, 3; Drama Club 1; Miss Princess Ann 
Pageant 1. 

John Brandt: Key Club 3; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3, Sec. 
4; Surf Club 3, 4. 




Geraldine Belch 



Allison Benda 



Gary Benson 






Ronald Berry 



Gary Blumenstein Gregory Broermann 



Larry Boetcher 



Sylvia Boggs 




Marcia Bolam 



Shirley Bonta 



Anita Booher 



Russell Bourne 



161 



SENIORS PREPARE TO TACKLE 








Gwendolyn Bowdoin Rodney Bowles 



Charlotte Bowman 



James Bradshaw 



John Brandt 





Sean Brickell 



George Brown 



Mary Brown 



Steven Brown 



Mary Bullock 




Arnold Bulaskl 



Donald Bunn 



Carol Burkett 



Sean Brickell: ICC Representative 3; Key Club 4; 

Surf Club 3, 4. 
George Brown: S.C.A. Alt. 1. 
Mary Brown: National Honor Society 4; FBLA 

Reporter 4. 
Steven Brown: Key Club 4; Cavalier Hi-Y 3, 4; 

Varsity Club 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 

3,4. 
Donald Bunn: S.C.A. representative 4; DE Club 

3,4. 
Carol Burkett: S.C.A. representative 1; Home- 
room Officer 1; Girls' Chorus 1,2; Drill 

Team 1 , 2. 
Anne Elizabeth Butler: S.C.A. representative 1, 

Alt. 2; Homecoming Steering Committee 1 , 

3; Publicity Committee 1; French National 

Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Jr. Civitan 3; FTA 

1,2,3,4. 
Mary Butler: Page Staff Reporter 4; FoHo Staff 

4; French National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; 

Drama Club 4; FTA 3, 4. 



162 



A CHALLENGING YEAR ... '69 






Anne Butler 



Mary Butler 



David Byrd 



Mickey Byrd 



Richard Byrd 




Jack Callan 



Marie Callihan 



Linda Campbell 



Michael Carper 



Karen Carlson 



Marie Callihan: S.C.A. representative 3, 4; Page 
Staff Business Manager 3, Managing Editor 
4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2; DE Club 4. 

Linda Campbell: Homeroom Officer 3; Powder 
Puff Team 3. 

Karen Carlson: Homeroom Officer 3; DE Club 4; 
FHA, Sec. 2. 

Michael Carroll: Homeroom Officer 2, 3; DE 
Reporter 4. 

Shirley Cartwright: FTA 2, 3, 4. 

Helen Cascell: Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. 

Susan Cavender: S.C.A. representative 2, 3; 
Steering Committee 2; A Cappella Chorus 
4; Girls' Chorus 3; Keyettes 3; DE Club, 
Parliamentarian 4. 

Donna Cespedes: S.C.A. Alt. 3; Homeroom 
Officer 1 ; Steering Committee 1 ; Girls' 
Chorus 4; Pep Club 2; ICC Representative 
3; Jr. Civitan Club 2, 3; FTA 1, 2, 
Vice-President 3, President 4; Powder Puff 
Team 3, 4. 




Cheryl Carroll 



Michael Carroll 



Margaret Carter 



163 



JIM KELLY ELECTED VICE-PRESIDENT 




Shirley Cartwright 



Helen Cascell 



Susan Cavender 



Rose Ellen Cipolla: Girls' Chorus 3, 4; FHA 3. 

George Chapman: Class Treasurer 2. 

Dale Charles: Homeroom Officer 2, 3; Scepter 
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. 

Frances Chobot: Homeroom Officer 2, 3; Athena 
Tri-Hi-Y 2; Miss Princess Anne Pageant 3. 

Janet Clark: Homeroom Officer 3; Alpha-Y- 
Teens 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Tri-Hi-Y Secretary 
3,4. 

Jacqueline Coleman: S.C.A. Representative 1, 
Alt. 4; Homeroom Officer 1,3; Steering 
Committee 1 , 2, 3; Peerage Staff 2; Nation- 
al Honor Society 3, 4; Band Council 3,4; 
Library Staff 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 
4; Science Club 2, 3; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3, 
Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Drama Club 1 ; GAA 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Powder Puff Team 3; Hockey Team 
3. 




Donna Cespedes 



George Chapman 



Dale Charles 



David Childress 



Frances Chobot 




Rose Cipolla 



Diana Clark 



Donna Clark 



Janet Clark 



Jacqueline Coleman 



164 



OF THE "ACTION CLASS" 



Wayne Courtney: National Honor Society 4; Jr. 

Civitan 3, 4; Key Club 3,4; Varsity Club 4; 

Varsity Football 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4. 
Kenneth Crawford: Varsity Track, Pole Vaulting 

2. 
Leonard Cressman: Cavalier Hi-Y 4, Treasurer 3. 
Deborah Culberson: A Cappella Chorus 3,4; 
Madrigals 3, 4; Bible Club 2, 3; Drama Club 

1. 

Steven Dail: Homeroom Officer 3. 

Dianne Dalby: A Cappella Chorus 4; Girls' 

Chorus 3; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. 
Phyllis Dalton: Bible Club 3; FBLA 2. 





Daniel Collins 



Gerald Collins 



Richard Conken 





Wayne Courtney Robert Cox Kenneth Crawford Craig Creamer Leonard Cressman 





Valerie Cross 



Deborah Culberson 



Nancy Cullins 



Kenny Curtis 



William Cywin 



165 



SENIORS PEPARE FOR THE FUTURE 




Steven Dail 



Dianne Dalby 



Phyllis Dalton 



Alice Daniels 



Steven Daugherty 




mnatj ' m 

Lynn Davenport 



Sandra David 



Patsy Davis 



Paula Davis 




James Dayton 



Janet Deatherage 



Scott Deemer 



Alice Daniels: S.C.A. 3; Homeroom Officer 3; 
Drill Team 2; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3; Coronet 
Tri-Hi-Y 4; DE Club Treasurer 4; FHA 2. 

Steven Daugherty: S.C.A. representative Alter- 
nate 1; National Honor Society 4; Chess 
Team 3; Jr. Civitan Club 2, 3, 4. 

Sandra David: S.C.A. representative 2, 3; Steer- 
ing Committee 4; National Honor Society 
4; Jr. Civitan 2, Historian 3, District 
Lieutenant Governor 4; FTA 2. 

Paula Davis: S.C.A. Alt. 3; Homeroom Officer 2, 
3; Steering Committee 2, 3; Jr. Civitan 2; 
FBLA 4; FTA 2. 

Gary Dayton: WrestUng Manager, JV Heavy- 
weight 3. 

Janet Deatherage: Girls' Chorus 4; Debate Team 
4; Art Club 4; Future Nurses 2; FHA 2. 



166 



AND ENGAGE IN IMPORTANT ACTIVITIES 




Christine Delacruz 



Allen Diehard 



Larry Diggs 



Dorthea Dion 



Elinor Dobinsky 




Catherine Donnelly 



Steven Doucette 



Deborah Doughtie 



Daniel Dowdy 



Rebecca Drake 



Scott Deemer: Madrigals 4; Chess Team 2; Jr. 
Civitan 2, 3, 4; Cross Country Track Team 
3. 

Christine Delacruz: S.C.A. Representative Alt. 3; 
Homeroom Officer 1,2; Steering Commit- 
tee 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 2, 3, Captain 4; 
Language Club 3; FHA 1 . 

Cathleen Donnelly: SCA Representative 2, 4; 
Steering Committee 4; V. Cheerleader 4; 
Pep Club 2; Keyettes 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 4; 
G.A.A. 2; Powder Puff Team 4; Home- 
coming Court 4; Key Club Sweetheart 4. 

Deborah Doughtie: Girls' Chorus 4; Pep Club 2; 
Alpha- Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. 

Kathleen Draper: Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4; 
Steering Committee 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Powder Puff Team Co-Captain 3. 

Karl Drews: Debate Team 1 ; Jr. Civitan 4. 




Kathleen Draper 



Karl Drews 



Sheila Dudley 



167 



SENIOR EMOTIONS REFLECT 




Douglas Dugroo 



Anna Duke 



Sheila Dudley: Page Staff News Editor 4; Folio 

Staff 3, Editor 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Jr. Civitan 2, 3; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. 
Douglas Dugroo: Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y Council 3, 4; 

Cavalier Hi-Y 3, 4; JV Wrestling 3, Varsity 

Wrestling 4. 

Anna Duke: S.C.A. representative 2; Homeroom 
Officer 2, 3; Girls' Chorus 4; Coronet 
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 

Michael Dunstan: S.C.A. representative 3, 4; A 
Cappella Chorus 2, 3; Cavalier Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Club 3, President 4; Varsity Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; JV Football 2; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3, 4; JV Basketball 2; Varsity Basket- 
baU3. 

Kathleen Duvall: Junior Board Member Keyettes 
3, President 4; FHA 2. 

Sharon Edmonds: Homeroom Vice-President 2; 
Steering Committee President 4; Coronet 
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, Secretary 3; Candy Cane 
Court 3. 





Michael Dunstan 



Kathleen Duvall 



Sharon Eatmon 



Sharon Edington 



Sharon Edmonds 




Jane Edwards 



John Eger, Jr. 



Melanie Ellsworth 



Gail Enroughty 



William Estes 



168 



THE TIMES . . . CLASS OF '69 



William Estes: JV Baseball 2; Varsity Baseball 3. 

Donald Evans: JV Basketball 2; Varsity Basket- 
ball 3; JV Baseball 2. 

Patricia Evans: National Honor Society 4; Drill 
Team 3, 4; Language Club 2, 3; Alpha-Y- 
Teens 1 . 

Christine Evick: S.C. A. representative 4; Steering 
Committee 2, 4; Drama Club 2, 3; Home- 
room Officer 4. 

Susan Fahnley: S.C. A. representative 2; Home- 
room Officer 2; Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y Reporter 3; 
Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; 
Candy Cane Court 3; Show Boat 3. 




Brenda Evans 



Donald Evans 



Patricia Evans 





Christine Evick 



Josephine Fajotina 



Susan Fahnley 



Donald Farmer 



Gregory Fay 




Susan Fay 



Monica Fazio 



Margaret Fenno 



Roy Fentress 



Kathy Ferguson 



169 



CLASS OF '69 STRIVES TOGETHER 





Regina Filipowski 



James Finlayson 



Stanley Firebaugh 



Diane Fisher 



Thomas Fisher 





Vicki Flanigan 



Rolfe Fleming 



Catherine Fletcher 



Melvin Forehand 



Sandra Forehand 





Nelson Forbes 



WilUam Ford 



Leslie Fortune 



Diane Fisher: S.C.A. 1, Vice-President 4; Girls' 
Chorus 1; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 3, 4; ICC 3, Chairman 4; Home- 
coming Chairman 4; Girls' State Alternate 
3. 

Vicki Flanigan: Band Council 1, 2, 3, 4; March- 
ing Band 1, 2, 3, 4; All Regional Band 3; 
Majorette 1, 2; Head Majorette 3, 4. 

Sandra Forehand: Drill Team 3; FBLA 4. 

Donald Forbes: Key Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; 
Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 

John Fowler: Homeroom Officer 3; Steering 
Committee 3; Debate Team 1, 2, 4; Key 
Club 2; Honor Court 3, President 4. 



170 



TO MAKE SENIOR YEAR GREAT 








Cheryl Foster 



John Fowler 



Dianne Fox 



Teresa Fox 



William Friesz 




Carol Frizzell 



Gaye Frugard 



Delia A. Furlough 



Cathy Garrett 



Mark Garrett 



Carol Frizzell: A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; Girls' 
Chorus 2; Future Nurses 4; FHA 3. 

Linda Geisaka: National Honor Society 4; Future 
Nurses 2; Alpha Y-Teens 4; Scepter Tri-Hi- 
Y 4; FHA Chaplain 2, Pres. 3. 

Rex Gerard: Powder Puff Cheerleader 3. 

Gene Gerloff: S.C.A. representative 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y, 
Tri-Hi-Y Council 3, 4; Key Club 3, Sec. 4; 
Cavaher Hi-Y Pres. 3,4; Varsity Club 4; JV 
Football 2; Varsity Football 4. 

Robert Gerloff: National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Key Club 3, 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 2; Cavalier 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Varsity Club Officer 3, 4; JV 
Football 2; JV Basketball 2; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3,4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4. 

Samuel Gettel: Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity 

Baseball 3. 
Phyllis Giles: Homeroom Officer 2; Steering 

Committee 2; Girls' Chorus 2; DE Jr. 

Board of Directors 3,4. 




Bruce Garrison 



Robbie Gaskins 



Linda Geisaka 



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UPPERCLASSMEN PROUDLY WEAR 



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Valerie Gills: A Cappella Chorus 4; Girls' Chorus 
3; Cavalier Booster Club 3; Alpha- Y-Teens 
2,3. 

Carol Gilroy: Transfer Student. 

Terry Gomez: JV Football 2. 

James Grant: Key Club 3, 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4. 

Camille Grief e: Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3. 

Kathy Griffin: Girls' Chorus 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 
4; Powder Puff Team 3, 4. 



Eugene Gerloff 



Robert Gerloff 



Rex Gerard 






Samuel Gettel 



Carol Gilroy 



John Gilbert 



Ronnie Gibbon 



Frederick GUdorf 




Phyllis Giles 



Valerie Gills 



Wilson Gawthrop 



Sandra Graham 



172 



'69 CLASS RINGS 



Sharon Grover: Peerage Staff 3, Business Manag- 
er 4; A Cappella Chorus 4; Girls' Chorus 3; 
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; FHA 1, 2; Powder 
PuffTeam3,4. 

Debby Gunter: S.C.A. representative 4; Home- 
room Officer 3, 4; Steering Committee 3, 
4; FN A 2; Theta Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 2, 3; 
Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 4; GAA 2; May Queen 2. 

Ruth Anne Gurganus: Homeroom Officer 3; Page 
Staff Reporter 4. 

Deborah Anne Handel: Steering Committee 4; 
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 4; Peerage Staff 4. 

Jerry Hansley: S.C.A. Alt. 2; Band Council 1,2; 

Marching Band 1, 2, 3. 
William Harrell: Outdoor, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 

4; JV Football 3. 
Elizabeth Hickey: Homeroom Treasurer 2; 

Homeroom Vice-President 3; FBLA 4. 




James Grant 



Herbert Green 



David Greenfield 




Camille Greife 



Kathy Griffin 



Sharon Grover 



Laurie Grumbach 



Debby Gunter 





Ruth Anne Gurganus 



Gregory Haake 



Cynthia Hall 



Barrie Hamilton 



Rosemary Hamilton 



173 



SUSAN WOOLF ELECTED AS 





Daniel Hamm 



Deborah Anne Handel Sandra Hardlson 



Billie Jo Harkness 



Michael Harper 





William Harrell 



Betty Harris 



Deborah Harris 



Elaine Harris 



Jack Harris 




Linda Harris 



Michael Harris 



Patricia Harrison 



Betty Harris: Homeroom Vice-President 2; A 
Cappella Chorus 4; Girls' Chorus 3; Alpha- 
Y-Teens 3; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 

Elaine Harris: Girls' Chorus 1 ; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3, 
4; Drama Club 2. 

Linda Harris: S.C.A. representative 2, 3; Execu- 
tive Council 4, Historian 4; Keyettes 4; 
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Varsity Cheerleader 
4; Powder Puff 4. 

Patricia Harrison: A Cappella Chorus 2; Girls' 
Chorus 1 ; Drill Team 2. 

Susan Harrison: A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; Madri- 
gals 4; Girls' Chorus 1, 2; Alpha-Y Teens 3; 
Girls' All-Star Field Hockey Team 2. 



174 



SECRETARY OF "SPIRIT CLASS" 






Susan Harrison 



Donald Hart 



Elizabeth Hartman 



Ronald Haynes 



Cindy Haywood 





Ellen Hazelwood 



Gary Henning 



Linda Hepler 



James Hereford 



James Hester 



Donald Hart: DE Club 4. 

Ronald Haynes: Powder Puff Cheerleader 3; JV 
Football 3. 

James Hereford: A Cappella Chorus 1; ICC 4; 
Chess Team 1, 3, Vice-President 4. 

Alice Hewitt: Steering Committee 3; ICC 3, 4; 
Art Club Reporter-Historian 2, 3, 4; Lan- 
guage Club 4; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3, Vice- 
President 4; DE Club 4; Powder Puff Team 
4; Candy Cane Court 4. 

Diane Fay Hickman: S.C.A. representative 3; 
Homeroom Officer 2; A Cappella Chorus 3, 
4; Madrigals 4; Girls' Chorus 2; Coronet 
Tri-Hi-Y 2, Treas. 3, 4; Cavalier Capers 2; 
Gymnastic Team 4; Keyettes 4. 




Alice Hewitt 



David Hewitt 



Elizabeth Hickey 



175 



SENIOR GOVERNMENT CLASSES 




Linda HiU: B-Band 3, 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3. 

Timothy HiU: S.C.A. representative 3; Home- 
room President 3; Steering Committee 3; 
Key Club 3, 4; Cavalier Hi-Y 3, 4. 

Rheva Holt: Homeroom Treasurer 3; Quo Vadis 
Tri-Hi-Y 3, President 4. 

Betty Hooper: S.C.A. representative 4; Home- 
room Officer 2; Steering Committee 2; 
Drill Team 3, 4; FHA 2, 3,4. 

Leslie J. Horton: S.C.A. representative 3; Steer- 
ing Committee 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Quo 
Vadis Tri-Hi-Y Mascot 3. 



Diane Hickman 



Linda Hill 



Timothy Hill 






Karen Hodges 



Paul Hoffman 



Edward Holocher 



Rheva Holt 



Anthony Hooper 




Betty Hooper 



Valerie Hopson 



Leslie J. Horton 



Phyllis Horton 



Susan Horton 



176 



TAKE TOUR OF WASHINGTON D.C 



Phyllis Horton: A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; Girls' 

Chorus 2. 
GaU Houp: Alpha- Y-Teens 3. 
Nannette Howard: Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y4; FTA 3, 

President 4. 
John Imbert: Debate Team 4. 
Jerry Jacquln: S.C.A. representative 1; Marching 

Band 1 ; Language Club 1,2; Key Club 2, 3; 

DE Club 3, 4. 




Gail Houp 



Randy Houpt 



Daniel Howard 





Nannette Howard 



Linda Hudson 



S. Lamar Hulett 



■ I 

John Imbert HI 



Gayle Ingram 




Larry Jackson 



William Jackson 



Jerry Jacquin 



Linda Jobe 



Kathie Johnson 



177 



ELECTION RALLY 1968 





Ronald Johnson 



Rebecca Jones 



David Jones 



Francyne Jones 



Kim Jones 




Michael Jones 



Patricia Jones 



Karen Jones 



Benjamin Joyse 




Camilie Justice 



Theresa Keech 



Dane Kelly 



Kathie Johnson: Pep Club 1,2; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y 
Council 4; Langauge Club 1, 2; Coronet 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

Rebecca Jones: Homeroom Officer 3; Steering 
Committee 3; Peerage Staff 3, 4; Trinity 
Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 4. 

Karen Jones: S.C.A. representative 2, 3, 4; 
Homeroom Officer 2, 3; Peerage Staff 2, 3; 
Varsity Cheerleader Co-Captain 4; JV 
Cheerleader 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Trinity 
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 4; GAA 3, 
4; May Queen Court 3; Gymnastic Team 3, 
4. 

Kim Jones: S.C.A. representative 3; A Cappella 
Chorus 3,4; Girls' Chorus 2; Future Nurses 

2, 3; Alpha- Y-Teens 3; Cavalier Capers 2. 
Michael Jones: Class President 2; S.C.A. represen- 
tative 3; Homeroom Officer 3; Hi-Y Tri- 
Hi-Y Council 4; Cavalier Hi-Y 3; Sigma-Phi 
Hi-Y 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 

3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Football 4. 



178 



HELD FOR SENIORS 




James Kelly 



Lynette Kelly 



Ronald Kersey 



Don King 



Patricia Kirby 





Katherine Klucz 



Doi^las Knack 



Julie Knick 



Terry Knox 



Michaline Kohn 



Benjamin Joyse: Transfer Student. 

Camille Justice: A Cappella Chorus 3; Girls' 
Chorus 2; Drama Club Sec. 3, 4; Cavalier 
Capers 2; Showboat 3; "She Stoops to 
Conquer", "1984" 2, 3. 

Charlotte Keith: Homeroom Officer 1,3; Steer- 
ing Committee 1,3; Page Staff Reporter 3 ; 
Art Club 3, 4. 

David KeUey: Bible Club Treasurer 4; DE Club 4. 

Lynette Kelly: S.C.A. Alt. 2; Homeroom Officer 
2; Drill Team 3, 4; Pep Club 2. 

Don King: Varsity Football 4. 

Douglas Knack: Homeroom Officer 1,2; Steering 
Committee 1, 2; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Sec. 
4; Play Production 1, 2, 3; "The Mouse 
That Roared" 4. 




Stephen Kona 



Brenda Krahenbill 



Paul Krynski 



179 



SENIOR PRIVILEGES PREVAIL 




Kathleen Kuzminski 



Michele Lamb 



Warren Lambert 



Terry Knox: National Honor Society 4; Drill 

Team 3; Pep Club 1; Future Nurses 3, 4; 

FBLA2, 3,4;FHA1;GAA3. 
Michaline Ann Kohn: Homeroom Officer 1,2; 

Steering Committee 2; Drill Team 3,4. 
Brenda Krahenbill: Girls' Chorus 3, 4. 
Kathleen Kuzminski: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Majorette 4. 
Charles Lanfranchi: Homeroom Officer 2, 3 ; Key 

Club 4; Varsity Club 4; JV Football 2; JV 

Baseball 2; Track 3; Varsity Football 4. 
Frank Leonard: Key Club 3; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4, 

Treas. 3. 
Kristina Lips: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 

2. 
Glen Logan: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3,4; 

Cross-Country 2, 3, 4. 




Charles Lanfranchi 



Annette LaRose 



Michael Laughton 



Frank Leonard 



Kristina Lips 





Glen Logan 



Diana Loofbourrow 



John Lucas 



Roger Lundy 



Charles Maddux 



180 



AT PRINCESS ANNE IN '69 



Diana Loofbourrow: Homeroom Officer 2; Steer- 
ing Committee 2; Drill Team 3; Language 
Club 2, 3; Alpha- Y-Teens 1, 2. 

Charles Maddux: Homeroom Officer 3;Keyettes 
3, 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4; Varsity Club 4; JV 
Baseball 2; JV Football 2; Varsity Football 
3,4. 

Diane MarshaU: S.C.A. 2, 3; Class V.P. 2; 
Homeroom Officer 2, 3; Steering Commit- 
tee 2, 3; A Cappella Chorus 4; Girls' 
Chorus 3; Varsity Cheerleaders Co-Captain 
4; JV Cheerleaders 2, 3; Keyettes 3, Sec. 4; 
Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 4. 

Nancy Martin: Band Council 2, 3, 4;DE Club 4; 
FBLA 4. 

Kathy Mays: S.C.A. 4; Homeroom Officer 2, 3; 
Steering Committee 2, 3, 4; A Cappella 
Chorus 4; Girls' Chorus 3; Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 
4; Jr. Civitan 2, Treas. 3, Chaplain 4; 
Coronet Tri-Hi-Y Pres. 4; Girls' State 3. 




E. Katherine Malch 



Pamela Manning 



Mark Marchbank 




Sandra Marchione 



Cliff MarinelU 



Diane Marshall 



Richard Marshall 



Susan Marshall 




Nancy Martin 



Brenda Maurice 



Kathy Mays 



Mario Mazzei 



Robert McBurney 



181 



CLASS OF '69 BOASTS FOUR 




Leonard McKay 



Irvin McClenny 



Polly McClenny 



Peggy McCord 




Rubye McCoy Robert McCullough Michael McCully 



Joseph McDaniels 



Kay McEvoy 




Vivian McGanty 



Lx)uis McGinty 



Ronald McHenry 



Robert McBumey: Varsity Club 3, 4; Varsity 
Football 2, 3. 

Polly McClenny: Class Sec. 2; Steering Commit- 
tee 2, 3; A Cappella Chorus 4; Girls' 
Chorus 3; FHA 2; Powder Puff Team 3, 4; 
State Gymnastic Team 2, 3, 4. 

Peggy McCord: S.C.A. 3; Jr. Civitan 2, 3, Sec. 4; 
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Corr. Sec. 4;GAA 3. 

Rubye McCoy: A Cappella Chorus 1; Girls' 
Chorus 1. 

Robert McCullough: Key Club 3, 4; Indoor 
Track 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 4. 

Michael McCully: S.C.A. 2; Page Staff 3, Sports 
Editor 4; Cavalier Hi-Y 2, 3, Sergeant at 
Arms 4; Varsity Club 4; JV Basketball 
Co-Captain 2; JV Baseball 2; Varsity 
Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4. 

Kay McEvoy: Girls' Chorus 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3; 
FHA 3, 4. 



182 



NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALISTS 

.1 i. 





Marshall McKenzie 



Chris McKinney 



Kathleen McKown 



Doris McNew 



James Meade 




Gail Mears 



Jacqueline Melfa 



James Mendoza 



Deborah Mercer 



Teri Meredith 



Vivian McGanty: S.C.A. representative 3, 4; 
Homeroom Officer 1 ; Steering Committee 
2, 3; ICC 3; Alpha- Y-Teens 2, President 3; 
FBLA 4; GAA 2; District Treasurer Y- 
Teens 3; S.C.A. Executive Council 4. 

Louis McGinty: Class Vice-President 3; S.C.A. 
representative 2, 3, 4; Steering Committee 
2, 3, 4; A Cappella Chorus 3; Cavalier Hi-Y 
2; Varsity Tennis 2; NJROTC Ensign 4; 
Boys' State 3. 

Marshall McKenzie: Key Club 4. 

Chris McKinney: Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Scepter 
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Powder Puff Team 3, 4. 

James P. Meade: Transfer Student. 

Jacqueline Melfa: Steering Committee 3; Pep 

Club 1 ; FBLA 3, President 4. 
James Mendoza: A Cappella Chorus 3,4; FBLA 

3. 
Deborah Mercer: Homeroom Officer 3; Coronet 

Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, Secretary 3. 




Esther Metts 



Judith Midgett 



183 



UPPERCLASSMEN HOLD PROM 




Tommy Midgette 



Deborah Midyette 



Jerry Miller 



Teri Meredith: National Honor Society 4; ICC 3, 
4; Art Club 2, Treasurer 3, Sec-Tfeas. 4; Jr. 
Civitan 2, Secretary 3, President 4. 

Jerry Miller, Jr.: National Honor Society 3, 
Vice-President 4; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y Council 3, 
4; Spanish National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Key Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Cavalier 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Varsity Basket- 
ball 3; JV Basketball 2; S.C.A. represen- 
tative 2. 

Robert Mills: DE Club 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; JV 
Football 3; Varsity Wrestling 3; Varsity 
Football 4. 

Ina Mirman: National Honor Society 4; A Cap- 
pella Chorus 3, 4; Madrigals 4; Girls' 
Chorus Pianist 2; Language Club 2, 3, 
Treasurer 4. 

Eric Montgomery: Homeroom Officer 3; March- 
ing Band 1 , 2, 3,4; Homecoming Escort 4. 
Jay Moon: Outdoor Track 3. 
Gail Moore: Homeroom Officer 1. 





Robert Mills 



Ina Mirman 



Pamela Mobley 



Donna Mohn 



Eric Montgomery 




Jay Moon 



Gail Moore 



Kenneth Moore 



Lynn Moore 



Paula Moore 



184 



THEME . . . CAMELOT/ 



Kenneth Moore: Cavalier Booster Club 3; Senior 
Class Play Sound Crew 3. 

Lynn Moore: Language Club 2, 3. 

Susan Lynn Moorehead: Girls' Chorus 1; March- 
ing Band 4; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Alpha- 
Y- Teens 3. 

Dennis C. Morgan: Folio Staff 3; ICC 1; Debate 
Team 3,4; Chess Team 1 . 

Jane Moss: Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3; Marching 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; ICC 3; Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y 
Council 4; National Honor Society 4; 
Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 1, Chaplain 2, Vice- 
President 3, President 4; Powder Puff Team 
3, 4; S.C.A. Executive Council 4. 

Lois Munden: A Cappella Chorus 3; Girls' Chorus 
2; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; FTA 2. 

Timothy Murden: ICC 3; Cavalier Hi-Y 2; FBLA 
2, 3, Vice-President 4; NJROTC 3, 4. 

Cynthia Nelson: Foho Staff News Editor 3. 

Larry A. Newbern: Art Club 3; DE Club 4. 




Susan Moorehead 



Barbara Moran 



Carol Morgan 






Dennis Morgan 



Jo Dee Morris 



Jane Moss 



Lois Munden 



Timothy Murden 







\ 

James Napier 



AL 



^gjjg/a 



Cynthia Nelson 



Larry Newbern 



Judson Newton 



Trent Nicholas 



185 



SCHOLARSHIPS ENABLE MANY 




Sandra Nichols 



Denise Nickerson 



Lynn Nordberg 



Robbie Norville 



Roxanne Nunnally 




Michael O'Connell 



Pattie Oehrli 



Charles Onspaugh 



Helen Ore 



James Osborne 




Andrew Page 



Michael Page 



Eric Parker 



Trent Nicholas: Page Staff 4; Folio Staff 2, 4; 

Cavalier Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, President 

3, Treasurer 4. 
Sandra Nichols: Alpha- Y-Teens 3,4; FHA 2. 
Lynn Nordberg: Steering Committee 4; FTA 4; 

Transfer Student. 
Robbie Norville: Drill Team 4; ICC 4; Future 

Nurses 3, Vice-President 4. 
Roxanne Nunnally: Peerage Staff 3; Athena 

Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; FTA 3, Historian 4; News- 
paper Staff 1, 2; Girls' Chorus 2; Transfer 

Student. 
Michael O'Connell: ICC 4; Debate Team 4; Chess 

Team 3, Secretary 4; Key Club 3, 4. 
Pattie Oehrli: National Honor Society 4; Band 

Council 4; FHA 1, President 2. 
James Osborne: S.C.A. representative 3; Peerage 

Staff 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Chess 

Team3,4;Jr. Civitan 2,3,4. 
Andrew Page: Class President 4; Homeroom 

Officer 2; Steering Committee 2, 3; Pep 



186 



SENIORS TO ATTEND COLLEGE 






James Parker 



Lloyd Parthemer 



Diedra Patton 



Vickie Patton 



Glenn Payne 







Jerry Paynter 



Benjamin Pearson 



James Peery 



Nancy Permenter 



Don Perry 



Club 3; Debate Team 3, 4; Alpha- Y-Teens 
4; Drama Club 4; Powder Puff Cheerleader 
3; "The Mouse That Roared" 4; S.C.A. 
Executive Council; Boys' State. 

Eric Parker: S.C.A. representative 1, 2; Home- 
room Officer 1,3; National Honor Society 
4; A Cappella Chorus 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 3, 
4; ICC 2; Bible Club 3; Art Club 3, 4; 
Alpha- Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; All Regional Chorus 
2,3,4. 

Lloyd Parthemer: Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Junior 
Class Play 3. 

Diedra Patton: S.C.A. 1, 2; Homeroom Officer 3; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Civi- 
tan 3, 4. 

Vickie Patton: A Cappella Chorus 3; Girls' 
Chorus 2; Jr. Civitan 1 , 2, 3. 

Nancy Permenter: S.C.A. representative 4; ICC 4; 
Keyettes 4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3, Vice-Pres. 
4; Steering Committee 2; Homeroom 
Officer 2. 




Michael Perucci 



Rebecca Peterson 



Susan Phillippi 



187 



THE SENIOR CLASS ELECTS 




Bessie Pierce 



William Phillips 



Susan Pilley 



Rebecca Peterson: Homeroom Officer 2, 3; 
Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 

Susan Phillippi: National Honor Society 2, 4; 
FHA 3, 4. 

William Phillips: Marching Band 1, 2. 

Bessie Pierce: A Cappella Chorus 4; Girls' Chorus 
3; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2; 
DE Club 3, 4. 

Susan Pilley: Foho Staff 3; Art Club 3, 4. 

Dana Pillow: Peerage Staff 3, Copy Editor 4; Pep 
Club 2; Jr. Civitan 2; CSPA Convention 3. 

Brenda Pittard: Girls' Chorus 2, 4; Drama Club 3; 
FHA 2. 

Lynn Poff: S.C.A. Executive Council 2, 3, 4; 
Steering Committee 3, 4; Foreign Ex- 
change Student 3, 4; Keyettes 3, 4. 

Laura Pollie: S.C.A. 2, 4; National Honor Society 
Secretary 4; French National Honor Soci- 
ety 2; Honor Court 2; Scholastic Team 2; 
S.C.A. Executive Council 3. 




} I » / 



Dana Pillow 



Linda Pirrone 



Brenda Pittard 



David Plaster 



Lynn Poff 





Laura Pollie 



William Prentiss 



Joyce Price 



Shelton Price 




Margie Raphael 



188 



ANITA BOOHER AS TREASURER 



William Price: Homeroom Officer 2; ICC 3, 4; Jr. 
Civitan 2, 3, Vice-President 4; DE Club 4. 

Patrice Redmond: Theta Tri-Hi-Y 4; Spanish 
Club 4. 

Patricia Reed: S.C.A. Alt. 2; Homeroom Officer 
2, 3; Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Peerage 
Staff 2, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Pep 
Club 1, Vice-President 2; ICC 2; Spanish 
National Society 1; Alpha-Y-Teens 2; 
Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 2; CSPA Convention 2, 3. 

Kenneth Reitz: Page Staff Sports Editor 3. 

Doima Richardson: Girls' Chorus 2; Jr. Civitan 2; 
FTA 2, 3, 4. 

Margaret Riley: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; 
Transfer Student 4. 

Thomas E. Rinehart: DE Club 4. 

Elizabeth Roberts: S.C.A. 2, 3; Homeroom 
Officer 2; Steering Committee 2, 4; Drill 
Team 2, 3; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice- 
President 4; May Queen Court 2; Executive 
Council 4. 




Patrice Redmond 



Patricia Reed 



Kenneth Reitz 





Donna Richardson 



Margaret Riley 



Thomas Rinehart 



Deborah Roberson Elizabeth Roberts 





Sharon Roe 



Joanne Rogers 



Sandra Rooks 



Lawrence Ruminski 



Anne Rumsey 



189 



HOWARD SYKES— CHARLES WULZER 






Cynthia Rush 



Marjean Russell 



Michael Sabin 



Chris Sakis 



George Sallwasser 




K '* i t 




David Samples 



Anthony Sanders 



Deborah Santoni 



It' ! 

WiUiam Satterfield 



William Scanlon 




Janis Scarborough 



George Schepp 



Evelyn Schuler 



Sharon Roe: Homeroom Officer 3; Steering 
Committee 3; National Honor Society 4; 
Drill Team 3, Squad Leader 4; Scepter 
Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 4. 

JoAnn Rogers: Homeroom Officer 3; Steering 
Committee 3; Girls' Chorus 2, 3; Drill 
Team 1, Squad Leader 2, 3; Scepter Tri- 
Hi-Y 1, 2; FBLA 2. 

Anne Rumsey: A Cappella Chorus 4; Girls' 
Chorus l,2;DEClub3. 

George Sallwasser: Science Club 4; Key Club 2, 
Chaplain 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3, 4. 

David Samples: Intra-State Student 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Jr. 
Civitan 4; Key Club 4. 

George Schepp: Homeroom Officer 2; Steering 
Committee 2, 3; Key Club 4; Quo Vadis 
Mascot 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice- 
President 4. 



190 



WORK AS CO-CHAIRMEN FOR PROM 




Michael Schwindt 



Carole Seagle 



Ernie Seiderman 



Sharon Self 



Cheryl Shackelford 




George Sharp 



Vivian Sherman 



Joseph Shevoch 



Barry Siegel 



Christine Simmons 



Mike Schwindt: Transfer Student 4. 

Carole Seagle: A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; Girls' 

Chorus 2. 
Ernest Seiderman: Varsity Basketball 3. 
Sharon Self: Peerage Staff 4; National Honor 

Society 4; Jr. Civitan 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 

4; Powder I\iff Team 3, 4; Hockey Team. 
Mark Shuler: Photographer Peerage Staff 2, 3, 

Photographer Page 4; Electronics Club 3. 
Kathy Sjogren: S.C.A. representative 3; Steering 

Committee 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; 

Drill Team 3, 4; Jr. Civitan 2, 3; Scepter 

Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; FTA 2; GAA 3, 4; Powder 

Puff Team 4. 




Elaine Simpson 



Kathleen Sjogren 



John Skidmore 



191 



UPPERCLASSMEN RANK HIGH 




Jacqueline Small 



Charles Smith 



Debbie Smith 



Jacqueline Small: Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

Debbie J. Smith: S.C.A. Alt. 3; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 
4; Spanish Club 1. 

Debra Sue Smith: Homeroom Treasurer 1; 
Steering Committee 1; Peerage Staff 4; ICC 
3, 4; Alpha- Y-Teens Chaplain 3, Vice- 
President 4; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. 

Patricia Smith: Jr. Civitan 4. 

Barbara Snyder: Class President 2; Art Club 4; 
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4. 

Leanne Synder: S.C.A. Alt. 4; Varsity Cheer- 
leaders 4; Pep Club 2; Jr. Civitan 2; 
Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; GAA 3, Vice-Pres. 
4; Powder Puff Team Co-Captain 3; Varsity 
Field Hockey 3, Co-Captain 4. 

Sharon Synder: GAA 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; 
Powder Puff Team 3, 4. 

Thomas Southard: Science Club 3. 

Linda G. Sparks: Homeroom Officer 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Athena Tri- 





Debra Smith 



George Smith 



Judith Smith 



Leslie Smith 



Patricia Smith 




Robert Smith 



Barbara Snyder 



Glen Snyder 



Leanne Snyder 



Sharon Snyder 



192 



IN COMPETITIVE SPIRIT 



Hi-Y 4; GAA 2, 3; Activity Chairman 4; 
Varsity Field Hockey 3, Co-Captain 4. 

Maxine Speight : Marching Band 1 ; Miss Princess 
Anne Pageant 3. 

Helen Spence: S.C.A. 2, 3; Secretary 4; Class 
Secretary 3; Homeroom Officer 2, 3 
Steering Committee 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2 
JV Cheerleaders 3; Keyettes 3, 4; GAA 3 
Girls' State 3. 

Richard Spreder: Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3. 

William Stack: Junior Civitan 4. 

Rosemary Stallings: Page Staff 3, Editor-in-Chief 
4; National Honor Society 4; ICC 3; Junior 
Civitan 2, 4, Vice-President and Lt. Gover- 
nor 3; Powder Puff Team 4; Student 
Librarian 2; Office Helper 3. 

Janet Stamper: Homeroom Officer 2; Girls' 
Chorus 3; DE Club 4. 

Dennis Stephenson: Varsity Football 4. 




Thomas Southard 



Linda Sparks 



Maxine Speight 






Helen Spence 



Richard Spreder 



Sue SpruiU 



Thomas Spruill 



Tim Spruill 




William Stack 



Rosemary Stallings 



Janet Stamper 



Dorothy Stelzried Dennis Stephenson 



193 



GRADUATION MARKS AN END 




Lynn Stevens 



Susan Stewart 



Virginia Stewart 



Carolyn Strickland 



Belinda Stublen 




Robert Stubblefield Richard Sturtevant 



Doris Suggs 






IM I 



John Suggs 



Richard Summers 



Michael Sweezey 



Augustus Sykes 



Howard Sykes 



Lynn Stevens: Homeroom Officer 3. 

Susan Steward: S.C.A. representative 2; Athena 
Tri-Hi-Y 2, Secretary 3. 

Virginia Stewart: Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2, Secretary 3. 

BeUnda Stublen: S.C.A. representative 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4; Varsity Cheer- 
leader 4; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. 

Patricia Talbert: Homeroom Officer 1; Alpha- 
Y- Teens 2, Secretary 3, 4; Quo Vadis 
Tri-Hi-Y 3, Treasurer 4. 

Gladys Tarkenton: S.C.A. representative 2, 3; 
Homeroom Officer 3; Steering Committee 
3; Girls' Chorus 4; Marching Band 2, 3; 
B-Band 3; Jr. Civitan 2, 3; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 
2, 3, 4; FBLA 2. 

Elizabeth Taylor: S.C.A. representative 1 ; Home- 
room Officer 1 ; A Cappella 3,4; Madrigals 
2; Bible Club 2, 3, Secretary 4;FNA4;Jr. 
Civitan 2, 3. 

Barbara Taylor: Homeroom Officer 2; Steering 
Committee 2; Drill Team 3, Secretary 4; 
DE Club Secretary 4; Drama Club 1, 2; 



194 



AND A BEGINNING 




Maureen Szymanski 



Patricia Talbert 



Gladys Tarkenton 



Barbara Taylor 



Elizabeth Taylor 




Margaret Taylor 



Brenda Teller 



FBLA 2; May Queen 2. 

Margaret Taylor: Homeroom Officer 1 ; Alpha 
Y-Teens 3, 4; FBLA 2; Cavaher Capers 2. 

Linda Teeling: Band Council 3, 4. 

Brenda Teller: A Cappella Chorus 2, 3; Girls' 
Chorus 1; Drill Team 3, 4; Pep Club 1; 
Athena Tri-Hi-Y 2. 

Debra Troup: Future Nurses 2; Alpha- Y-Teens 4; 
FBLA Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3. 

George Truxillo: Key Club 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 2, 
3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Powder Puff Cheer- 
leader 3; JV WrestUng 1,2; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3; Ring Dance Committee 3. 

Elaine Turner: A Cappella Chorus 3; Girls' 
Chorus 2; Keyettes Junior Representative 
3. 

Cynthia Tyson: S.C.A. Reporter-Historian 3, 4; 
Intra-State Student 3; National Honor 
Society President 4; ICC 4; Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y 
2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Scepter 
Tri-Hi-Y 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; 
Homecoming Court 4. 



Margaret Thomas 



Thomas Thomas 



Robin Thompson 




Donna Throckmorton 



Joyce Touchton 



Christopher Trapp 



195 



SENIOR YEAR IS A COMBINATION 





Michael Trask 



Debra Troup 



George Truxillo 



Sheila Van Canagan: Homeroom Officer 2, 3; 
Steering Committee 2, 3; Page Staff Fea- 
ture Editor 4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3, Re- 
porter-Historian 4; Ring Dance Committee 
3. 

Cynthia Vann: S.C.A. representative 3; Steering 
Committee 2, 3; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2, Chap- 
lain 3, Secretary 4; Powder Puff Team 3,4. 

Jeff Venable: DE Club 3; JV Baseball 2. 

Karen Verget: S.C.A. representative 2, 3; Steer- 
ing Committee 4; National Honor Society 
4; Language Club 2; Keyettes 4; Coronet 
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Powder Puff 
Team 2, 3. 

Daphne Via: S.C.A. representative 2, 3; Keyettes 
3, 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
and Treasurer; DE Club 4. 

Robert Viau: Key Club 4. 

Joseph Voss: DE Club 3, 4. 




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Elaine Turner 



Cynthia Tyson 



William Uhich 



Sheila VanCanagan Charles VanDusen 





Cynthia Vann 



Donald Variot 



Jeff Venable 



Karen Verget 



James Vernon 



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OF GOOD AND HARD TIMES 



Nancy Wade: S.C.A. representative 3 ; Intra-State 
3, 4; Foreign Exchange 3, 4; ICC Repre- 
sentative 3; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; Par- 
liamentarian 4; FTA 2, 3, Vice-President 4; 
Powder Puff 4. 

Ernest Waff: Varsity Football 4. 

Ute N. Ward: S.C.A. representative 4; Homeroom 
Officer 2, 3; Varsity Cheerleaders 3; Home- 
coming Court 4; Miss PA Pageant 3, Miss 
Princess Anne 3. 

Larry Weast: DE Club 3, 4. 

Janice Webb: FHA 2. 

Mary Welch: Homeroom Officer 3; Steering 
Committee 3; Marching Band 2; All 
Regional Band 2; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3; FHA 
Treasurer 3. 

Willard Wheeler: Key Club 4; Cavalier Hi-Y 4; 
Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; 
Powder Puff Cheerleader 3, 4; JV Wrestling 
1,2; Varsity Wrestling 3, Co-Captain 4. 




Daphne Via Robert Viau 



Joseph Voss 





Nancy Wade 



Ernest Waff 



Harlie Wallace 



James Wallace 







Valerie Sue Walton 



Ute Ward 



Larry Weast 



Janice Webb 



Mary Welch 



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HAPPINESS IS . . . 




Willard Wheeler 



Patricia Wheely 



Fred White 



Gary White 



Linda White 




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Yvonne Whitehurst 



Michael Whitley Detlef Whitlow 




Donald Wian 



Sandra Wier 




Charlotte Wiggins 



Patricia Wild 



Linda Wilkins 



Patricia Wheeley: Alpha- Y-Teens 2, 3; FBLA 4. 

Detlef Whitlow: Homeroom Officer 2; ICC 
Representative 4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y Mascot 
4; Cavalier Hi-Y Secretary 2, 3, Vice- 
President 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Home- 
coming Court Escort 4; Candy Cane Court 
3; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Boys' State 3. 

Yvonne Whitehurst: A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; 
Madrigals 4; Girls' Chorus 1; Drill Team 3, 
4; FBLA 2, 3; Regional Chorus 4. 

Michael L. Whitley: DE Club Chaplain 3. 

Sandra Wier: Drill Team 2, 3. 

Linda Wilkins: Class Treasurer 2, President 3; 
Homeroom Officer 2, 3; Steering Com- 
mittee 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2; Pep Club 
2; ICC Representative 3; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 
Treasurer 3, President 4; GAA 2; Powder 
Puff Team 3, 4; Homecoming Court 4; May 
Queen Court 2; S.C.A. representative 3; 
State Convention Delegate 3; S.C.A. 
Executive Council 3, President 4; Hockey 



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BEING A SENIOR 






Harvey Williams 



Kathleen Williams 



Kyle Williams 



Mitchell Williams 



Sheryl Williams 




Arlene Williamson James Wilmouth 




Gary Wilson 



George Wilson 



Thomas Wilson 



4; Girls' State 3; Majorette 2. 

Harvey Williams: Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. 

Janet Williams: National Honor Society 2; A 
Cappella Chorus 1 ; Debate Team 4; Future 
Nurses 2, 3, 4; Tennis Honor Team 2, 3; 
Bowling Team 3; Speech Club 3. 

Kathleen Williams: Alpha- Y-Teens 3; GAA 2, 3, 
4; Powder Puff Team 3, 4; Hockey 3,4. 

Kyle Williams: Homeroom Officer 1; Girls' 
Chorus 1 ; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

Mitchell Williams: Track 3. 

Sheryl Ann Williams: A Cappella Chorus 2, 3,4; 
Madrigals 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Band Council 1 ; 
Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2. 

Susan Woolf: S.C.A. Chaplain 4; Class Secretary 
4; Homeroom Officer 2, 3; Steering Com- 
mittee Co-Chairman 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 
3; ICC Representative 4; Keyettes 3; 
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Powder Puff Team 
4; Homecoming Court Queen 4; May 
Queen 2; Executive Council of S.C.A. 




Mary Wit ham 



Susan Woolf 



Charles Wright 



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GRADUATION DAY . . . CLASS OF '69 




Evelyn Wright 



Charles Wulzer 



Dorothy Yoder 



Kathryn Young 




Arthur Zielski 



James Zinsler 



Janet Zutavem 



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Evelyn Wright: ICC Representative 3, 4; 
Keyettes 2, 3, Vice-President 4; 
Powder Puff Team 3. 

Charles Wulzer: S.C.A. Representative 3; 
Foreign Exchange Program 3, 4; ICC 
Representative 4; Key Club 4; DE 
Club 3,4; Powder Puff Cheerleader 3; 
Junior-Senior Team 4; Executive 
Council 4; Prom Co-Chairman 4. 

Kathryn Young: Jr. Civitan 3, 4; Hi-Y 
Tri-Hi-Y Council 3,4; Debate Team 4; 
Future Nurses 3, 4; Quo-Vadis 
Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Play Production Makeup 
3. 

James Zinsler: Steering Committee 3, 4; 
Peerage Staff Sports Editor 4; French 
National Honor Society 2, 3, President 
4; National Honor Society 4; Jr. 
Civitan 3, 4; ICC Evaluation 
Committee 4; Prom Committee 4. 

Janet Zutavem: A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; 
Girls' Chorus 2; Powder Puff Team 3. 



Dickie Page, Class President, reads the morning 
announcements to Senior homeroom. 



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SENIORS VICTORIOUS 




Establishing what will undoubtedly become a 
tradition, the Senior Class inaugurated the Ju- 
nior-Senior Football game. The rivalry between 
the two classes was evident among players, cheer- 
leaders, and spectators. Although both teams 
were determined to win, the final score was 12-6 
in favor of the Seniors— another victory for the 
Class of '69. 



Senior Cheerleaders take time out to pose. 




David Maxwell takes the ball for the Juniors. 



Juniors take the ball and GO! 




Seniors drive for their second touchdown. 



"Brrr! It's cold!' 



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CAVALIERS ACTIVE IN ALL SEASONS 




Students admire Christmas window display. 




Susan and Diane rate monthly bulletin boards. 



A leaf-rake at Camp Civitan is a community project for P. A. students. 




Actor Nick DeCarlo speaks to the Thespians. 




A successful campaign speech by the soon to-be-elected 
vice president of the Junior Class. 



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JUNIORS 




OFFICERS, Left to Right: Cathy Crandell, Secretary; Kenneth Miller, President; Mrs. Jones, Advisor; Susan Cande, Vice President; Barbara Wells, 
Treasurer. 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



"Spirit" is the key to the Class of '70. With this spirit. Juniors have accomplished hard work, taken responsibility, and 
mounted another step to maturity. 

After weeks of deliberation, the Junior Class chose a symbol long to be remembered by the students of Princess Anne: the 
Lighthouse. This symbol will guide the Class of '70 through their days at Princess Anne High School and the flashing light 
which brightens their hearts and minds will light their paths to the future. 

Determined to show the "Spirit" of the Class of '70, the Juniors worked diligently to make this year's Ring Dance a 
memorable one. The theme "Shipwreck" provided much enjoyment as well as work for everyone. Candy was sold to furnish 
the needed money, but again, because of the Juniors' determination, success was theirs. 

Another highlight of the Junior year was the selection of the boys and girls to represent the class in June at Boys' State 
held in Williamsburg and Girls' State in Radford. 

Although the Junior year was filled with trials and frustrations, the "Spirit" shown by the Class of '70 overcame all 
obstacles. The hard work and responsibilities of this year resulted in maturity and readiness for the coming Senior year. As 
this Junior year closes, the Class of 1970 can say, "Spirit Speaks!" 



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THE JUNIORS POSSESS 




Teresa Abbatello 
Gerard Ahles 
Sandra Alexander 
David Allen 
Debra Angel 
Nancy Appel 



Arthur Arnesen 
Raymond Ashe 
Robert Baer 
Mark Bagley 
Helen Baker 
Lynne Basgier 



Theresa Beck 
Jack Bell 
Dennis Benjamin 
Jan Benner 
Ehzabeth Berg 
Steffi Berger 



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Gary Bishop 
Eugene Blackmer 
Patrick Bohanan 
Mike Borek 
Richard Earl Brown 



Robert Lee Brown 
Donna Buchanan 
Ross Buckner 
Bonnie Bulger 
Charlotte Burks 



Diane Cain 
Michael Cale 
Deborah Canaday 
Susan Cande 
Frank Cannon 



Carolyn Cardan 
Robert Caron 
Barry Carr 
Peter Carr 
William Carr 



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PRIDE IN RING DANCE 



Stuart Cenderelli 
Charles Champagne 
Anne Chapman 
Janet Clancy 
Jim Clancy 
Charles CoUins 



Maurice Combs 
Joanna Commander 
Robert Cord 
Daniel Corliss 
Cathy Crandell 
Lauren Crawford 



Nancy Creighton 
John Curling 
Martha Custer 
JoAnn Dalahan 
Jeanette Daniel 
Donna Dauer 




Robert Daughtrey 
Deecee Davenport 
Nancy Davis 
Paul Davis 
Wesley Demott 



Robert Scott 
Bridget Diberto 
Robert Dick 
Donna Dickson 
Gary Downs 



Harold Draper 
Kathy Drews 
Christine Duff 
Barbara Dunn 
Patricia Dyess 



Michael Eberhardt 
Gwendolyn Edmonds 
Cynthia Edwards 
William Eisenberg 
Michael Elza 







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JUNIOR GIRLS VICTORIOUS 




Michael Ennis 
Donald Enroughty 
Raymond Famham 
Susan Fiery 
Paul Finch 
Robert Fletcher 



Theodore Floyd 
Cheryl Foster 
WiUiam Foy 
Charles Frank 
Robert Freeman 
Kathryn Gainor 



Michael Gallond 
Cathy Ganoe 
Linda Garris 
Millicent Garrity 
Deborali Geiger 
Monica Giordano 



Randall Giordano 
Sandra Graves 
Lx>rraine Gregory 
Sharon Gregory 
Sharon Gross 



Thomas Gundersen 
Thomas Hager 
Joseph Halapin 
David Hamilton 
Peggy Hamilton 



Deborah Hardy 
Brenda Harrell 
Michael Harsh 
Christy Hart 
Judy Hart 



Lillian Harvey 
Mildred Hawley 
David Haxter 
Steven Henderson 
Phyllis Hepler 



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IN POWDER PUFF GAME 



Royal Hester 
Linda Joyce Hill 
Gary Hinzpeter 
Shirley Hitchcock 
Ann Hoffman 
Roxanne Hogan 



Yvonne Holcomb 
Larry Hollands worth 
Robert HoUey 
Gilbert Holt 
Robyn Holt 
Karen Holzhaeuser 



Andrea Hoover 
Kane Horan 
Darlene Hughes 
Robert Hughes 
Theresa Hughes 
Jerry Huhon 



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William Hundley 
Phillip Hurd 
Lori Hurdis 



Joyce Johnson 
Karen Johnson 
Sharon Johnson 
Maxine Joiner 
Denise Jones 



Eileen Jordan 
Deborah Kaluzny 
Barbara Keef 
John Keller 
Donald Kelly 



Patrick Kelly 
Rose Mary Kelly 
Alfreda Kemper 
Steven Kenneday 
David Kingsbury 



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LIGHTHOUSE CHOSEN 




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WiUiam Kloc 
George Knox 
Jo Ann Kroll 
Marsha Kurs 
Rosemarie Lavoie 
Daniel Lazar 



Brenda Lehr 
Peggy Levitt 
John Lewis 
JuHe Lindsay 
Rudolph liskovec 
Deleslie Little 



H. C. Liverman 
Cheryl Logan 
Terry Longanecker 
Mildred Lyman 
Michael MacDonald 
John MacLeod 




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Pamela Magger 
Riley Majors 
Richard Malmfeldt 
Billy Marchant 
Patricia Marino 



Frank Marshall 
Mark Martin 
William Martin 
Linda Marinelli 
Donald Maskall 



Sheila Massey 
David Maxwell 
Rebecca McCuUough 
James McDaniel 
Wilber McDonald 



Michael Mclntyre 
Linda McJunkin 
Dave McLawhorne 
Alexander McNeill 
Karen Mendoza 



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AS CLASS SYMBOL 



Terry Merritt 
George Messinger 
Ricky Michaelsen 
Cynthia Midgette 
Patricia Middleton 
Sandra Miley 



Joel Miller 
Kenneth Miller 
Martha MiUer 
Roxann Miller 
Linda Molodovitch 
Kathy Moore 



Vickey Moore 
Philip Morley 
Michelle Mosher 
Linda Newbern 
Mike Newbern 
Anita Nichols 







Inez Nichols 
Gary Norton 
Gregory Olson 
Robert Patterson 
Harry Paul 



Christine Peedin 
Judy Phillips 
Raymond Pimenter 
Vicki Pollock 
Lenora Powell 



Robert Poyner 
Nancy Pugh 
Linda Pyatt 
Michael Racine 
Naomi Ransone 



Sandra Ransone 
Melanie Retzke 
Starr Riggs 
Constance Roberts 
Mary Roberts 



209 



COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE RECEIVES 




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Ellen Robinson 
Gerald Robinson 
Raymond Roenker 
Donald Rogers 
Richard Rowe 
Vicki Rushing 



Deborah Sakis 
Ruth Ann Salzberg 
Charles Samples 
Curtis Sanders 
Richard Sanderson 
Rosa Sands 



Edward Santoni 
Patricia Sapp 
Louis Schachtner 
Vina Schatz 
Michael Schimmel 
Timothy Schmalz 



Patricia Schuiler 
Denise Schulte 
Donna Schultz 
Thomas Shallow 
Laura Shelby 



Constance Shorts " 
David Shuler 
Glenn Simmons 
Jeffry Skidmore 
Raymond Skinner 



Linda Smith 
Scott Smith 
Cynthia Snyder 
Wendy Snyder 
Patricia Sorey 



Debra Stancil 
Terry Stephens 
Joyce Stephenson 
George Steward 
William Stier 



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STRONGEST SUPPORT FROM JUNIORS 



William Stroud 
Deborah Strout 
Donna Sturtevant 
Anne Sutton 
Louis Sweitzer 
Zack Taft 



Effie Taylor 
Robert Taylor 
Jennie Thomas 
Patricia Thomas 
Jane Tietjen 
David Todd 



Gary Treakle 
Terry Turner 
James Tusing 
Charles Uhl 
Paul Van Auken 
Kirk Vosler 



Otis Walker 
Debra Wallace 
Dennis Ward 
Paul Watford 
Loretta Watson 
Jacqueline Wieting 



Barbara Wells 
Anthony West 
Marcia White 
Roger Wiggins 
Susan Wild 
Mary Williams 







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Tchernavin Williams 
Daniel WiUiard 
Candace Wilson 
Norris Wilson 
Beverly Wimbrow 



Gwen Woodard 
Wayne Wright 
James Yarbrough 
Patricia Ziegler 
Suzanne Zimmerman 



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SPIRITED SOPHOMORES ACTIVE AT P. A. 



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Sophomore officers and advisor pose before beginning a bake sale. 





Another interesting film about World History is shown to his 
classes by Mr. Eley. 



The EngUsh language poses new problems for Argentinian Christine Morales and 
Jordanian Jameel Abed. 



GARDEN CLUB DONATES TREES 



Another achievement at Princess Anne this year was the organization of a Junior Garden Club. 
Sponsored by Mrs. Sara Lane, the first project of the club was their donation of two dogwood trees 
to help beautify the school lawn. Pictured below with one of the trees are: Left to Right: C. Smith, 
Mr. Littleton, principal, J. Duff, G. Hall, C. Pulley, D. Goodman, L. Tate. 




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SOPHOMORE OFFICERS 




OFFICERS: Left to Ri^t: Cathy Merritt, Secretary; Maiia Clark, President; Mr. K. Cauthen, Advisor; Beth Bratton, Vice President; Michele Clifton, 
Treasurer. 



THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 



An abundance of spirit plus willingness and detennination are characteristic of 
the Class of 1971. After a year of making adjustments as freshmen, the 
sophomores entered this year with renewed vigor and purpose. 

Selecting the class symbol was one big accomplishment. A gong was selected 
by the vote of the class members. Continuing the tradition started last year, the 
Class of 1971 sponsored a memorable May Dance. The gong was unveiled and a 
May Queen was crowned. 

As a service project, members of the class contributed food to a needy family 
at Thanksgiving. Having completed two years at Princess Anne, there remain but 
two more years until graduation. Able leadership and interested class members 
will make their year, 1971, one of the best. 



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Class of '71 












Jameel Abed 
Carol Allen 
Kim Allen 
Jerry Alley 
Timothy Aimer 
William Anderson 



Raymond Arnold 
Shelly Aiseneau 
Sheryl Artese 
Gay Austin 
Debra Baer 
Brenda Bailey 



David Bailey 
Deborah Bailey 
Lester Bain 
Melvin Baldree 
August Bamman 



Lynne Barker 
Thomas Barnes 
Loren Bazinet 
Susan Beck 
Warren Beck 



Johnny Bell 
Patricia Belvin 
Stephen Benda 
Eva Benjamin 
John Bennett 



Linda Blackburn 
Denise Blackmer 
Diana Blackmer 
Deborah Blackstock 



Pamela Blankenship 
Sandra Bohanan 
Cliff Boltz 
Steven Borek 




Beth Bratton 
Lorraine Brigiit 
Randall Brittain 



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Class of '71 



Nancy Britton 
Cynthia Broerman 
Marvin Bronson 
Deborah Brooks 
James Buchanan 
George Burdette 



Byron Burks 
Pamela Burrow 
Melva Bush 
Maiy Carney 
Karen Carper 
Vickie Carter 




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Maurice Casey 
Edward Cavey 
Marian Chappelle 
Nancy Chevalier 
Lynn Chuilli 



Barbara Clark 
Maria Clark 
Michele Clifton 
Vicki Cochran 
Stephen Coe 



Paula Cohn 
Theresa Coleman 
Gaye Collins 
Jeanette Constantine 
Karen Copley 




Larry Cordon 
Peter Cometta 
Kathleen Crank 
Perry Creighton 



Sharon Crimmel 
Donna Cristelle 
Donna Crouch 
Joyce Cyrus 



Scott Dalzell 
Horace Davis 
Peggy Davis 



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Class of '71 



James Dudley 
Haiold Dunbai 
Timothy Duvall 
Emily Eason 
Catherine Edwards 



Shaion Edwards 
Martha Ellison 
Robert Evans 
Barbara Fahey 
Angelita Fajotina 




Richard Davis 
Gregory Dayton 
Gerald Deatherage 
James Defir 
Carmen Delacruz 
Christine Deckerson 



Carl Diehl 
Ernest Diggs 
Kathyrn Doss 
Malcolm Dotson 
Augustus Downing 
Beverly Downs 



Lauraly Faulkenberry 
Michael Fields 
Arthur Flowers 
Janet Flowers 
Mary Ford 



Jackie Foster 
Lewis Foster 
James Fowler 
Kathleen Franklin 



Harry Fremd 
Linda Funderburk 
Deborah Gainor 
Theresa Gaither 



Kathiyn Gallaglier 
Stephen Ganbill 
Wanda Garvin 



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Class of 71 



Cathy Gaskins 
Susan Gautier 




i.enny Gibbon 
Steve Gibbs 
Anne Gillie 



Bemadette Giboy 
Andrew Glisson 
Pamela Goddin 
Kenneth Godley 
Robert Goff 
Linda Golden 




Patricia Goodman 
Catherine Gore 
Richard Grant 
Vickie Green 
James Gregory 



Patricia Griffin 
Linda Griffin 
Cynthia Griffith 
Richard Gurganus 
Joanne Hackmey 



Robert Haines 
Qifton HaU 
Mark Harrell 
Helen Harris 
Larry Harris 



Linda Harrison 
Sherman Hawley 
Virginia Hayes 
David Hendricks 



Linda Herrington 
James Hester 
Christine Hetzer 
Sharon Hewett 







Kenneth Hilbum 
Trena Hill 
Joan Hitson 




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Class of '71 



Michael Jennings 
Bruce Johnson 
James Johnson 
Mehnda Johnson 
Michael Johnson 




Bienda Holcomb 
Jack Holland 
Lynden Hollenbeck 
Gary Holocher 
Allen Hopson 
Linda Horan 



Deborah Howe 
Carol Howell 
Leslie Howie 
Holly Huffman 
Kathleen Hughes 



Michael Johnston 
Robert Johnston 
Debra Jones 
Emma Jones 
Michael Jones 



Robert V. Jones 
Robert W. Jones 
Theta Jones 
Charlene Jordan 



Deborah Joyce 
Marjorie Keith 
Edward Kelk 
Dana Kelley 



Tim KeUy 
Denise Kennedy 
Thomas Kennedy 



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Class of '71 



Cynthia King 
David Knapp 
Samuel Knox 
Debby Konczal 
Donna Kowalske 
Yvonne Lambdin 



Daiyl Lane 
Gordon Lane 
Gietchen Lang 
Paul Lanteigne 
Colette Lebrecht 
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Mary Leedam 
Susan Lehr 
Laura Leiblein 
Richard Lemon 
Ralph Leonard 



Adam Letoumeau 
Rebecca Lewis 
David Lindstrom 
Cynthia Liskey 
Katherine Loftus 




Helena Lubimov 
Maryanne Maloney 
Sharon Mango 
William Mann 
Richard Marchant 



Nora Marino 
Mildred Marshall 
Joseph Martin 
Elizabeth Martz 



Mary Mather 
John Matthews 
Saundra Mauldin 
Tanya Mauldin 



Dale Maxwell 
Susan May 
Suzanne May 



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Class of '71 





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Bruce MazzuUo 
Mark McCoy 
Susan McCoy 
Baibaia McGanty 
Dorothy McKenzie 
Stephen McNulty 



Diane Meitzlei 
Melissa Melton 
Catherine Meiritt 
Edward Merritt 
Robert Meybohm 
Mary Milbum 



Frank Miller 
Gail MiUer 
Gloria Miller 
Jacob Miller 
Rebecca Miller 



Jeanette Millirons 
Wannetta Miller 
Margaret Milligan 
Patricia Mintz 
Marc Mirman 



John Monroe 
Robert Moran 
Miriam Morales 
Donald Moorehead 
Russell Morrison 



Susan Morrison 
Patrice Mosher 
Donald Mulcare 
Raymond Mulhearn 




Norma Nacis 
Jeffery Nance 
Constance Ness 
Patsy Nickerson 



Deborah Nix 
Constance Nixon 
Steven Nixon 



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Class of '71 



Jessie Oakes 
Patricia O'Brien 
Diane O'Connell 
Christine Oenbrink 
James O'Rourke 
Theresa Osborne 



David Oshel 
Rodney Oshel 
George Oxx 
Robbian Pace 
Robert Parker 
Debbie Paschang 



Suzanne Pate 
Joanne Patton 
Janet Paulhus 
Diane Pear 



David Pfitzer 
E>ougias Pilley 
Charles Pinell 
Penny Pollock 
David Possage 




Deborah Poyner 
Joni Price 
Wayne Priest 
Philip Proctor 
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Richard Racine 
Jeffrey Reyn 
Jacqueline Reynolds 
Merle Rice 



Steven Riley 
Christine Robinson 
Norma Robinson 
Charles Rogers 



Kyle Rogers 
William Roper 
Larry Rose 



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Class of '71 




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John Royall 
Edward Rucka 
Patricia Rudd 
Mary Russo 
Carol Saunders 
Glenn Schaible 



David Schmidt 
Deborah Scott 
Gerald Scott 
Patrick Scott 
Elaine Seegers 
Richard Sewell 




Pat Shackelford 
Richard Shafer 
Patricia Shallow 
Charles Shoemaker 
Karen Shorter 



Gwendolyn Shuey 
David Sifen 
Marie Simmons 
Beverly Skinner 
Carolyn Smith 



Dennis Smith 
Paula Smith 
Earl Snow 
Gerald Snyder 
Linda Snyder 



Gail Sousa 
Cynthia Spagnuolo 
Daniel Speidel 
Nancy Spence 






Richard Stack 
Linda Stanch 
Russell Stanley 
David Stegg 




Elizabeth Stroman 
Michael Sulcer 
Susan Svagdes 



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Class of '71 



Michael Swindell 
Jack Talbert 
James Tanner 
Judith Taylor 
Michael Taylor 
Vicki Taylor 



William Taylor 
David Terry 
Vanessa Tetterton 
Robert Thomashefski 
Penny Thompson 
Steven Thulin 



John Tietjen 
Richard Tignor 
Rodney Tomlinson 
Julia Truxillo 
Rudolph Tucker 
Thomas Tunstall 



Patricia Tyrrell 
Sharon Vaughan 
Ellen Vemer 
William Vogel 
Jean Waldorf 
Joseph Walls 



Ronnie Walls 
Alan Want 
Keith Ward 
Joyce Warrell 
Barbara Warren 
Nancy Watson 



Denise Weaver 
Norwood Webber 
Jacquelynn Weber 
John Welch 
Joseph White 
Thomas White 



Marvin Whited 
Elizabeth Whitely 
Candace Whitten 
Brenda Williams 
Carolyn Williams 
Karen Williams 








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Gary WiUs 
Robert Wilmouth 
Vernon Wilson 
Valerie Wood 
Michael Wright 




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FRESHMEN OFFICERS 




OFFICERS: Left to Right: Deborah Dunn, Treasurer; Richard Brugh, President; Mrs. O. Gay, Advisor; Bruce Frye, Vice President; Rosarme Mazzei, 
Secretary. 



THE FRESHMEN CLASS 



After honorably surviving the first year at Princess Anne, the Class of 1972 
marched proudly into their second year. The class gained a good name with their 
Thanksgiving needy -family drive. 

The class members showed a willingness to meet new responsibilities by a vast 
increase from the previous year in the number of students who ran for class 
officers. An eagerness to learn, work, and improve has been typical of officers 
and class members alike. To put a little weight in the light treasury, the class 
sponsored a candy -selling project. A swift current of enthusiasm prevailed, and 
the sale proved to be a successful one with a three digit bank statement to verify 
it. 

Showing great unity, the class overwhehningly supported the classic trojan 
horse as a class symbol. Like the ancient Greeks, the Class of 1972 is growing 
resourceful, inquisitive, and strong in principle and purpose. 



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Class of '72 



Yusef Abed 

Maxine Abraham 

Brenda Ackerman 

Curtis Adam 

Karen Agar 

Michael Agostinoni 

Kenneth Ahles 

Kathryn Ainley 

Laurel Albritton 

Elizabeth Alderman 
Dennis AJlard 
Gary Ambrose 
Duanne Ammann 
Rhonda Ammann 
Walter Anderson 
William Anderson 
David Arlaud 
Michele Arlaud 

Dickie Ashe 

Edward Badonsky 

Patricia Baer 

Myles Bagly 

Elise Ballard 

Patricia Bankester 

Glenda Barker 

Carol Barkley 

Beverly Barlow 
Robin Barnes 
Katherine Barrett 
Richard Basgier 
James Batten 
Lori Beale 
Samuel Beatty 
Teresa Beede 
Martha Belanger 
Edward BeU 

Sheryl BeU 

Jeffrey Belt 

Christa Benner 

Linda Bennett 

Warren Berglund 

Pamela Bishop 

Deborah Bivans 

Karen Bjorkman 

Pamela Blake 

Terry Blumenstein 
Charles Bolan 
Raymond Bolen 
Dari Bonomo 
Deborah Bourne 
Jeannie Boutte 
Cathleen Bowing 
Carolyn Bowman 
Catherine Bowman 

Lisa Brabec 

Cynthia Bray 

Stephanie Braye 

Barbara Brown 

Dennis Brown 

Linda Brown 

Melanie Brown 

Percell Brown 

Thomas Brown 
Richard Brugh 
Elaine Buck 
Norma Bullock 
Clifford Bungard 
John Burleson 
Kathy Burris 
Thomas Butts 
Sue Cale 
Mitchell Campbell 

Jerry Canaday 

Paul Carden 

Linda Carlson 

Brenda Caron 

Michael Can- 
Susan Carr 

John Carraway 

Adrienne Casey 

Joey Cason 

AJpheus Chewning 
Michael Chisholm 
Alice Cinnamon 
Anthony Cipolla 
Cathi Clark 
David Clark 
Neal Clark 
John Cook 
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Georgann Cosgrove 
Mary Ellen Coulborn 
Herbert Crawford 
Joyce Crawford 
Lonna Crouch 
Susan Crovatt 
Michael Cromwell 
Robert Cruse 

Robert Cunningham 

David Curling 

Carol Currie 

Susan Dalzell 

Day Deason 

Constance Dearden 

Frank Debott 

Judy Dodds 

Joann Donnelly 
Kathleen Donnelly 
Richard Donzell 
Harry Dorcy 
Joanne Doss 
Joseph Dotson 
Stephanie Downing 
Carmel Draper 
Steven Duff 
David Dunn 

Deborah Dunn 

Cynthia Durazo 

Christine Eger 

Sherrie Elliott 

Terry Elliott 

Joy Englett 

Jesus Fajotina 

Lonnie Fancher 

Valerie Farmer 
John Felts 
Mary Finch 
Albert Floyd 
Deborah Forbush 
Kent Forbush 
Bonnie Freeman 
Mark Freeman 
Valerie Freiburger 
Barry Friedman 

Robert Frierson 

Kathleen Frost 

Bruce Frye 

Bruce Fuller 

Steve Garner 

Dawn Geissler 

Thomas Gibbon 

James Gilpatrick 

William Goldsberry 
Laurie Goodson 
Margo Gower 
Deborah Graham 
Frank Grantham 
Sherry Griggs 
Patricia Grimes 
Rebecca Grimstead 
Moritz Gundersen 
Diane Haas 

Suzanne Hambaugh 

Carol Hamblin 

Earl Hampel 

Larry Hamrick 

Gary Hansen 

Beverly Hansley 

Elizabeth Harcum 

Kim Harrell 
Sherry Harrell 
Barbara Harris 
Keith Harris 
Debra Harrison 
Jimmie Anne Harrison 
Holiday Hartman 
Claudia Harvey 
Bruce Hayter 
Cathy Helsley 
Michael Helvestine 
Glenda Herndon 
Teresa Hill 
Diane Hitt 
Steven Hobbs 
Steven Holland 
Michael HoUenbeck 
Dale Holt 
Ricki Hooper 
Pamela Horner 



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Robert Hortsman 

Anne Horvatic 

Scott Houp 

Jimmy Houpt 

Lance Howard 
"Karen Hughes 

Deborah Hurd 

Joelle Ingram 

Debra Inman 

Llewellyn Jalbert 
Theodore James 
Cynthia Johnson 
Stephen Johnson 
Carol Jones 
Deborah Jones 
Diana Jones 
Elizabeth Jones 
Glenes Jones 

James Jones 

Linda Jones 

Nancy Jones 

Susan Jones 

Valerie Jones 

Dorothy Jordan 

Linda Jordan 

Steven Joyce 

Paul Karch 

Rebecca Kary 
Christopher Kelly 
Kay KeUy 
Martin Kelly 
John Kelsay 
Kathy Kersey 
Robert Kodya 
Janice Kruskop 
James Landreth 

Robert Lanteigne 

Linda Lassiter 

Todd Laughton 

Dale Lazar 

Richard Ledew 

Robert Lee 

Sheila Leedom 

Anita Lege 

Charlene Lentz 
Christine Lentz 
Joan Lewallen 
Edith Lewis 
Randolyn Lewis 
Steven Lewis 
Victoria Liskey 
Brian Lockie 
Gloria Lockman 
William Luton 

David Magaw 

Vivian Maher 

Gregory Malone 

Brenda Manby 

Debra Mango 

Cheryl Mansfield 

Joseph Marchione 

Debra Marinelli 

Martine Marshburn 
Brent Martin 
Cindy Martin 
Lynne Martin 
Neil Martin 
Coleman Mathews 
Charlene Maxwell 
Sandra May 
Rosanne Mazzei 
Thomas McCullough 

Patricia McDaniel 

Forrest McFarlane 

Carol McGee 

Jeff McKee 

Pamela McKee 

Joseph McKinney 

Dennis Meade 

Al Jean Meekins 

John Merritt 

Thomas Merritt 
Deborah Milburn 
Lindwood Miles 
Gail Miller 
Kenneth Miller 
Melanie Miller 
Michelle Miller 
Dolores Mills 
Steven Mitchell 










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Deborah Moore 

Patrick Morgan 

John Moss 

Elaine Murray 

Judy Mustin 

Michael Nance 

Wesley Neal 

Eric Neidlinger 

Johnny Nelson 
Lisa Noles 
Pamela Northcraft 
Guy Oakley 
John Oakman 
Steven Oaks 
Kathryn Olsen 
Alfedo Ordonio 
Joanne O'Rourke 
Judith Osborne 

Donald Painter 

Marcie Painter 

Robin Pair 

Brenda Parks 

Cynthia Payne 

Malcolm Peele 

Michael Pendleton 

Ronald Perry 

Kathleen Peters 
Francis Peterson 
Barbara Pfitzer 
John Phillippi 
Anne Pillow 
Julia Pollie 
Anne Porterfield 
Rosa Poyner 
Pamela Prentiss 
Patricia Prentiss 

Mary Price 

Gloria Priest 

Debra Purdin 

Robert Pyatt 

Michael Rancka 

Patricia Ransone 

Miriam Retzke 

Robert Rice 

Kevin Riley 

Dennis Richardson 
Ronald Richardson 
David Roberts 
Eddie Roberts 
Bryant Robinson 
Joe Roenker 
Renee Rogers 
Cathy Rowe 
Linda Rowley 

Lynne Rowley 

Kenneth Roxburgh 

Cynthia Rudy 

Donald Rudy 

Carl Ruminski 

Raymond Rutledge 

Linda Ryder 

Bruce Sanders 

Loyd Saunders 
Robert Schaible 
Karen Schmidt 
David Scott 
Brenda Self 
Marian Sellers 
Cynthia Sewell 
Kathleen Shanley 
Sherwood Sharp 
Deborah Shears 

Donald Shirey 

Richard Shuler 

Patricia Stewing 

Mary Simms 

Robin Sigveland 

Michael Sisley 
William Smiley 
Charles Smith 
Cynthia Smith 
Deborah Smith 
George Smith 
Ronald Smith 
Walter Smith 
Whitney Smith 
Avis Snell 
Kathryn Snyder 
Tina Sokol 
Elizabeth Somers 



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Stephen Stanley 

Pamela Starnes 

Rodney Steele 

Brian Stephens 

Mary Stephenson 

Lynne Stokley 

Vicki Stone 

Karen Stout 

Debra Strom 

Lawrence Strom 
Pichard Stuart 
Cathy Summerlin 
Marian Sutton 
Patricia Svagdys 
Sherry Swajger 
Ronald Swan 
Vincie Swaney 
Michael SwindoU 



Michael Taft 
Bruce Taylor 
Charles Taylor 
Karen Taylor 
Patricia Taylor 
Mark Tharp 
Dawn Thomas 
Donald Thomas 

Susan Thomas 
Elizabeth Thompson 
Will Throckmorton 
Timothy Thron 
Carol Thulin 
Gary Tice 
Pamela Titus 
Carolyn Trimble 

Gary Tuell 
Edward Tyrrell 
Donna Vanderberry 
David Van Petten 
Diane Van Scoten 
William Van Scoten 
Deborah Vaughan 
Susan Viet 

Victoria Waddicar 
Debra Waldorf 
Eve Walker 
Lisa Walker 
Leslie Wallace 
Janet Ward 
Marsha Ward 
William Warder 

Michael Weaver 
Albert Webb 
Jeffrey Weber 
Gerald Weber 
Janet Weber 
William WeUs 
Catherine Whaff 
Judith Whitaker 

Kelly Whitehead 
Lucille Whiteley 
Mark Wiggleton 
Patricia Wilkinson 
Charles Williams 
George Williams 
James Williams 
Jeryl Williams 




Wayne Williams 
Constance Wilson 
Jo Ann Wilson 
Paul Wilson 
Thomas Wilson 
Cynthia Wizeman 
Charles Wolf 



Douglas Wood 
Kenneth Wright 
Mavis Yarborough 
Jan Yoder 
Donald Ziegelbein 
Carol Ziegler 
Susan Zimmer 




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Underclassmen are relegated to the end of the line in the cafeteria. 





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OFFICERS: Left to Right: Miss M. Weathers, Advisor; Amy Foirell, Secretary; Gina Garcia, Vice President; Nancy Roberts, President; Debborah Clark, 
Treasurer; Miss P. Boyd, Advisor. 



THE EIGHTH GRADE CLASS 



The eighth grade class of the Princess Anne 1968-69 school year entered in 
the fall as frightened, excited, and extremely spirited Cavaliers. Neither fish nor 
fowl, the members of the Class of 1973 set out to prove that they were a vital 
part of Princess Anne. In the fall, the students of the class chose capable and 
hard-working class officers. 

With ail the hustling and bustling of high school life, the members of the Class 
of 1973 took time out to build their treasury by selling candy to other students. 
The eighth graders contributed both their voices and their spirit toward cheering 
Princess Anne's athletic teams to victory. With one of the largest classes in the 
history of Princess Anne, and the experience of one high school year behind 
them, the members of the Class of 1973 can look forward to creating and 
becoming one of the most exceptional classes at Princess Anne High School. 



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Jackie Adams 

Mary Adcock 

Linda Addabbo 

Ken Ainley 

Nancy Alexander 

Danny Allen 

Wesley Allen 

Robin Alvvine 

Robert Amos 

Cathleen Anderson 
Cathy Anderson 
Gail Andrews 
Michael Ange 
Dennis Angel 
Charlotte Anglin 
Tracy Annarino 
Cheryl Arseneau 
Kathryn Aurillo 

Kenneth Bach 

Frances Badonsky 

Bruce Baillie 

Jeffrey Bain 

Mary Ballance 

John Ballard 

Herbert Banham 

Emmy Lou Barkley 

Loretta Barnish 
Brenda Barrett 
Elizabeth Barrett 
Mark Batdorf 
Nettie Bateman 
Michael Beach 
Sandra Beasley 
Bradley Bell 
Michael BeU 
Sandra Bell 

Carlos Benjumea 

Sarah Bennett 

Kristie Berryman 

Roxana Bertka 

Alice Biggs 

Charlene Bittner 

Jeanne Bjorkman 

Deborah Black 

Timothy Blackburn 
Dorothy Blake 
Angela Bohanan 
Arnold Boiling 
Mary Bordone 
James Boyles 
Janice Bradford 
James Brickhouse 
Ricky Bright 
Sandra Brinkley 

Michael Britton 

Alan Brown 

Evelyn Brown 

Jeffry Brown 

Percell Brown 

Gary Buck 

Mark Buhl 

Debbie Bulger 

Frankie Bullock 
Jeanne Butler 
Leslie Byrnes 
Theresa Byrum 
Anne Campbell 
Geri Campbell 
Linda Campbell 
Kevin Canada 
David Cando 
Robert Cando 

Mark Card en 

Guy Carey 

Deborah Carlson 

Karen Carruthers 

Stewart Carson 

Kevin Casey 

Tracy Casey 

Lavanda Cason 

Walter Caudle 

Kathy Cenderelli 
Sandra Chambers 
Michael Chappelle 
David Chapman 
Michael Childress 
Richard Daniels 
Robert Childress 
Barbara Clark 
Deborah Clark 



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Dwayne Clemmons 

Jack Clifton 

Teresa Cline 

Frederick Coleman 

Brenda Collins 

David Collins 

Elizabeth Coltrane 

Patricia Compton 

Randy Cooley 
Bruce Cowell 
Doreatha Cox 
Annette Craft 
Elizabeth Cristelli 
John Crockett 
Vernon Crockett 
Dorothy Crouch 
Jessica Curling 
Thomas Currie 

Lois D alt on 

Dana Daizell 

Mitchell Daniels 

Desiree Darst 

Lawrence Daughtrey 

David Davenport 

Cynthia Davis 

James Davis 

Robert Davis 

Regina Dawson 
Kathleen Daye 
Miriam Dekker 
Carolyn Dennis 
Dan Dennis 
Nannette Dick 
Dana Dickson 
Sherry Dinger 
Patricia Dodds 

Nancy Donnelly 

Cheryl Donovan 

Ricky Dorcy 

Linda Doughtie 

Darleen Dowdy 

Cynthia Dressier 

Norman Ducharme 

Julia Duff 

Bryan Dunbar 
Delton Dunbar 
Christopher Dunn 
Ronald Dwyer 
Danny Dyess 
Lillian Dillard 
Richard Early 
Timothy Eason 
Elaine Eberhardt 
James Edmiston 

Gina Edwards 

Nancy Eger 

Deborah Elliott 

Regina Ellis 

John Enoch 

Allan Evans 

David Faison 

Emma Falor 

Rene Fariss 

Audrey Earless 
Robert Farmer 
Lawrence Farnham 
James Faulkenberry 
Valary Fay 
Frederick Fellowes 
William Felts 
David Ferguson 
Jane Fiery 

Michael Fisher 

David Flader 

Amy Forrell 

Robert Foster 

Michael Foy 

Mike French 

Brent Frye 

Janet Fuller 

Terrance Gallond 
Timothy Gallond 
Dwight Ganoe 
Gina Garcia 
David Garrison 
Mary Garrison 
Thomas Garrity 
Carson Gay 
Gail Gayheart 
Gregory Gibson 




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John Gillie 

Randall Giordano 

Deborah Givens 

Sheralyn Goble 

Linda Godfrey 

Jill Goff 

Dorothy Goodman 

Rebecca Gore 

Joseph Goss 
Lisa Grant 
Gail Green 
Larry Greenberg 
Andrew Grey 
Phillip Griffin 
Debbie Gross 
Carol Gurganus 
Yvonne Hackler 
Joanne Hadley 

Mark Haines 

Carol Hall 

HoUen HaU 

William Hamilton 

Brenda Harden 

Sandra Hardy 

Walter Harper 

David Harrell 

Shelia Harrington 
Jeanne Harris 
Bruce Harrison 
Scott Harsh 
Dennis Hartman 
Jeffrey Heckman 
William Heese 
Steven Helsely 
Edward Hendrix 
Mary Henry 

Debra Harrington 

Linda Hewitt 

Teresa Hill 

Troy Hitson 

Allan Hitt 

Judith Hoffman 

Kathryn Hoffman 

Teresa Holder 

Elaine Holley 

Debra Holmstrom 
Roy Holt 
Janice Houp 
Susan Houpt 
Dale Hueber 
Patricia Hughes 
William Hughes 
Roger Hulion 
Ronald Hundley 

Melissa Hurd 

Kari Hurdis 

Todd Iguchi 

Rosalinda Ingram 

Robert Irvin 

Donald Jacobs 

Laura James 

Cheryl Janik 

Linda Jillson 

Betsy Johnson 
David Johnson 
JoAnn Johnson 
Meredith Johnson 
Heidi Johnston 
Cynthia Jones 
David Jones 
Devitta Jones 
John Jones 

Mark Jones 

Philip Jones 

Steven Jones 

Vanessa Jones 

Wayne Jones 

Jordan Jones 

Kerry Jordan 

Sharon Joyce 

Lynn Justice 

Dondura Kane 
Robert Kantner 
Philip Kaspar 
Peggy Kauffman 
Richard Keef 
Sharon Keller 
Frances Kelly 
Joanne Kelly 
William Kennedy 



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Russell Kiddy 

Erica King 

Renelle Kingsbury 

Robert Kirby 

Patsy Klein 

Craig Klinefelter 

Donna Klucz 

Deborah Kohler 

Mike Konczal 
Kathleen Kretz 
Debra Kruskop 
Susan Kyzer 
Sandra Lambdin 
Theresa Lamberty 
Johnny Lammie 
Stephanie Lane 
Joel Larose 
Paul Lavoie 

Debra Lawrence 

Hartwell Lawrence 

Robert Lawton 

Charlie Lee 

Bernard Leiderman 

Charles Lester 

Kerry Lewis 

Robert Link 

David Lively 

Laurie Lombard 
Gregory Lowe 
Doremus Luton 
Michael Lyons 
Johnny MacLeod 
Brockie Macon 
Ricky Maggard 
Terri Magger 
James Maher 

Jerome Makley 

Deborah Malone 

Michael Maloney 

Robin Marinelli 

Sylvia Marking 

Claude Marshall 

Barbara Martin 

Kim Martin 

Richard Martin 
Sandra Martin 
Toni Mastrangeli 
Thomas Mathena 
Douglas Mathews 
Catherine Mazzullo 
Paul McClain 
Debbora McClenny 
Richard McCrea 
Patricia McCully 

Daniel McDaniel 

Terry McFatter 

Ernest McGanty 

Condon Meek 

Teresa Mendoza 

Donna Metcalf 

James Meyers 

Debbra Midgett 

Donna Midgett 
Cindy Milam 
Paul Miles 
Ikie Miller 
Johnny Miller 
Karen Miller 
Linda Ann Miller 
Linda D. Miller 
Renotta Miller 
Charles MiUiken 

Stephen Mishkofski 

Leslie Anne Mitchell 

Nina Mondrief 

Christine Moon 

Sandra Moon 

Deborah G. Moore 

Deborah L. Moore 

Ricky Moore 

Patricia Moorehead 
Cathleen Moran 
Michael D. Moran 
Michael Lee Moran 
Patricia Moran 
Timothy Moran 
Cindy Moreau 
Cheryl Morrison 
Lue Mosher 
Harold Moyer 




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Patrick Mulcare 

Deborah Mulhearn 

Nadine Maujoks 

Andrea Ness 

Valerie Newton 

Michael Nicholaou 

Beatrice Nichols 

Helena Nichols 

Sherry Nixon 

Michael Nobile 
Toyia Northcraft 
Timothy Norton 
Gayle Oneal 
Robert Oneal 
Frank Oran 
Pat Oram 
Jane Osborne 
Pamela Oshields 

Irma Painter 

Stephen Pair 

Caren Pallette 

George Papuchis 

Stella Papuchis 

Pamela Parker 

Richard Parker 

Stephanie Parrish 

Elizabeth Parsons 
Eva Patch 
Nancy Pate 
Qaudia Patterson 
Dennis Patton 
George Paulson 
Tom Pearson 
John Peccia 
David Peedin 
Cynthia Perkins 

John Phelps 

Scott PhiUippi 

Qaire Piggot 

Barbara Pinney 

Margherita Pittman 

Marc Plaster 

Scott Plaster 

Loren Plisco 

Lee Polhemus 
Debra Pollock 
Robert Porterfield 
Gary Possage 
David Powell 
Terry Powers 
Victoria Prytulak 
Douglas Pugh 
Carolyn Pulley 
Denise PuUey 

Delbert Purdin 

William Racine 

Kathy Raunswinter 

Terri Rea 

Jeffrey Reeves 

Steven Reitz 

Paula Reyn 

Patricia Rhodes 

James M. Rickly 
Richard Robbins 
Nancy Roberts 
Daniel Robinson 
Ora Robinson 
Teresa Rodgers 
Patricia Rogan 
Annita Rogers 
Robert Rombs 
David Roper 

Heidi Rosenberg 

Carol Rucka 

Paula Rudy 

Sylvia Rump 

Lee Russo 

Roger Rutledge 

Susan Sabin 

Mary Sallwasser 

Beverly Salsbury 
Donna Savage 
Charles Savard 
Timothy Sawyer 
Theresa Scanlon 
Kaye Scarborough 
Dan Schachtner 
Lorraine Schaible 
Aida Schimmel 
Bridgett Schmalz 



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Michael C. Scott 

Michael R. Scott 

Sandra Scott 

Betty Self 

Stephen Shaffer 

Joanne Shallow 

Donna Shears 

Steven Shepherd 
Gerald Sherman 
Donald Sherrod 
Maureen Shirey 
Gary Shoemaker 
Robert Shorts 
Margaret Simkins 
Beth Simmons 
Jerry Simpson 
Michele Slate 

Michael Smiley 

Deborah Smith 

Edward Smith 

Kevin Smith 

Ricky Smith 

Robin Smith 

James Snell 

Samuel Snow 

Christine Snyder 

Susan Southerland 
Burton Spry 
Stanley St. Clair 
John Steffe 
Elizabeth St. Pierre 
Sharon Stone 
Lucy Stowe 
AJlan Strange 
Curtis Strang! 

Rose Stroman 

Stuart Swain 

Scott Swajger 

Carolyn Swartz 

Debra Sykes 

Dorothy Tate 

Charles Taylor 

Edwin Taylor 

Joy Taylor 

Patricia Taylor 
Vicki Teets 
Barbara Terry 
Pamela Thomas 
Carol Thomashefski 
Elizabeth Thomson 
Donna Tignor 
Nichola Timm 
Ricardo Tolentino 

Linda Tovornik 

David Truxallo 

Jeffrey Tuell 

Virginia TuUey 

Cheryl Vandenburg 

Gale Vanostrand 

Karen Van Petten 

Deborah Vest 

Ricardo Vidallon 
Pamela Walker 
Linda Walters 
Steven Want 
Eileen Ward 
Kathleen Ward 
Nancy Watson 
Patricia Watson 
Robin Wear 
Patricia Weidrick 

Craig Wheeler 

Jeffery Wheeley 

Catherine White 

Michelle Wickliff 

Mark Wilcox 

Katherine Wild 

Barbara Williams 

Debra Williams 

John Williams 
Linda Williams 
Susan Wilmouth 
Robin Wise 
David Womack 
Jere Woodall 
John Woodard 
David Wright 
William Zimmerman 
Melonie Zwemke 



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VA. BEACH, VA. 




4732 Va. Beach Blvd. 


2331 Va. Beach Blvd. 


Next To Pembroke Mall 


London Bridge 


PHONE 499-1 221 


PHONE 340-8333 



CERTIFIED TV & APPLIANCES 

SONNY AMLAND 
Manager 



340-0395 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Sales & Service 



UNITED MORTGAGEE 
SERVICING CORP. 



SMITH & V/ELTON 

"YOUR STORE" 

With five stores in four Virginia cities 

NORFOLK: Downtown and Wards Corner 
VIRGINIA BEACH 

PORTSMOUTH: Mid-City Shopping Center 
GREAT BRIDGE Shopping Center 



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TOWN 
AND 

COUNTRY CLOTHES 
FOR 

GENTLEMEN 
AND 

GENTLEWOMEN 




Compliments of 



PIEDMONT FABRICS 



6149 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
614 E. Little Creek Rd. 



497-3090 
588-8631 





C. L. PINCUS, JR. & CO. 



General Contractors 
3500 Holland Road 



Concrete 
Structures 
Equipment Rentals 
Underground Utilities 
Pre-engineered Metal Bldgs. 



Telephone 340-7575 

P. O. Box 2235 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 



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